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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
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System ID: UF00087294:00241
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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iVOU XXVII-No. 3, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 25, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS





AUG. PERMITS HALF 38-39 TOTAL








Ripley Method: ProposedTo 'MONTH'S BUILDING $16,000




Advertise Grapefruit COMPARED TO $36,000 FOR


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TRUTII RARER Jury Blames Faulty Warning, Slippery FISCAL YEAR ENDED IDLY 31

Bridge for Two Deaths, Urges Remedy

THE WEATHER r 10 Concrete Block Houses
THAN FICTION Inadequate sign warnings .t race, Miami,and Claude Hamilton, __
of
OIllooW seat'- 1M stroreitu Planned for Negro
the approach of Card Sound 4J. of Decatur, Oa, occupant at .tt..1 I..tka, H..d. ........
bridge and the slippery condition an automobile which plunged ot aw-T-I"'; M.I I Main I SubdivisionPALMS
of the bridge floor caused the the bridge into the sound August ---
SEENASIURE accident which resulted In' the 5, according to the verdict of a 18. .1 91 61 29.17 0.10 HOTEL WALLS

death of Miss Frances Kremer, coroner' jury in the court of Justice Aua. 19 ...... .. : 87 i 69 10.01 0.01 DISPOSITION TALKED
20, of 1232 S. W. Seventeenth ter- of the Peace E. L. Lowe at Au.. 20 _.. 92 69 : 0.14Aug.
I Tavernler. 21 90'' 71 I IAug.
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:Value to Children, Drink. I In recommendation 22 90 11 j3o.G4 Council Will Seek Meansto
a to the
ing of Juice to Be QUEEN CONTESTATTRACTS board of county commissioners ot Au,. 23 I 89 : 69 130.04Aug. Utilize or Raze

... Played Up Monroe County the jury suggested 24. : 10 130.03 0.11 'Boom Remnant

that the bridge floor be asphaltedor
TWOMOREENTRANTS
MORE CONSUMER AGE tarred and a coating of sand or Building permit ao far this
lag be placed on Jt and that large INITIAL ROUNDSIN month equaled m value nearly
GROUPS ARE OBJECT luminous warning sign be placed half the total construction for the

500 feet from the end of the TENNIS MEET |entire fiscal year whkh ended

Magazines, Newspapers to bridge. (July 11. according to a report
Be :Main Media for Two more aspirants have pdded "We strongly urge that the 1 handed to the city clerk by BuiM-
their names to the list of eight commissioner take drastic action START TONIGHT''I I ins Commltteemaa E. C. Chronleiter -
Campaignlakeland other young women who will com- and use every possible mean at at Monday night' council'meeting.
.
pete for the title of Queen Lime- their command. to have this deplorable --- I' .

. Au,. 24. (Special)- I Avocado crowning of whom will situation remedied a* It I ,The annual Holland District | The total tor the fiscal year
'Incorporating a radical departure'' climax the observance of Lime- means the saving of lives and an tennis tournament Is expected to ?was ta8,160.hI report showed.

from previous advertising campaigns -,!Avocado Week September 4-9, unlimited amount of property swing Into full stride tonight with ,The amount granted by the council
by utilizing: the Ripley':,I under sponsorship of the Redland damage," the recommendation 'seeded" players playing the first so far this month total $16,700.At .
"believe-it-or-wt" principle for'' district Chamber of Commerce. laid. It also was pointed out thaton rounds of the elimination sets I I I session two weeks *go the

grapefruit, the Florida citrus com They are Miss Mary Therkildsonof August, 9 there were several :,the municipal courts. 0"1 council awarded permit totaling
mission' advertising agency Ar- I Redland sponsored by William other accidents at the point where Those paired off In the men's $11,900 which Included a $9,500
thur Xudner, Inc, presented Its M. Brodie, and Miss Mosely Sever the fatal mishap occurred. State division are Ansel Barrow and ,apartment building to be erected
suggested fresh fruit campaigns of Florida City, whose sponsor has highway employee are fully Henry Olsen Carlton Sweet and at-N. W. Fourth avenue and First
for the 1939-40 season here Tuesday not been announced.The aware of the hazard at the bridge A. M. Logan Wilbur Free and A. street Permit for $800 In repair
and received an Immediate/I ten young women will be because they frequently repair A. Logan, and Ben Benson and work were granted Monday night\

approval "In principle". of the I featured in a beauty contest which (Continued on Page Five) A. Klssam. Partition ef a 15-acre tract on
plans. I will be held the night of September In the women's division are Ce. Cave avenue, extending from

The agency also urged, as a 7 In the local movie theater. celia Harper and Claudia Ames, Lincoln road to Florida City Into
major recommendation that a The winner will be adjudged MAN STATIONED I Nina Pearl Bush and Margaret 124 Iota to be used a* a negro subdivision -
study be conducted to determinethe worthy of the regal title. Ames, Alta Webster and Eleanor was approved by the
feasibility of having all oranges The Business and Professional Payne, and Mosely Sever and council The partition wa com
and grapefruit stamped with Women's Club will have chargeof HERE TO SUPPLY Dorothy Bird.Winners :pleted by A. R. Livingston, civil
the word "Florida." Discontinuing the event. Mrs. Clna Stewart, : of the matches will engineer, who presented It at the
the poorer grades of fruit this president said judge of the contest FARM MART DATAGordon !compete In other elimination acts I meeting.
would Involve the stamping of five will be selected. from out-of- i until two player remain for the I ,rive three-room concrete blockhouses
town probably from final gam The winner of the completion in
billion cringes and approximatelyone persons are) nearing
billion grapefruit' carrying Miami. Suitable prize for the E.: Din, representativeof final game will be declared. the I the subdivision and work on five
and her will be I,..r'* champion. will start next weak, It
(Continued on Pale Five) queen escorts the state marketing board, has I more was
:awarded and gifts will be presented arrived In Homestead for the purpose Besides the seeded player there ,announced by Frank Webb, one
other contestants, she said of supplying information concerning art 12 men and eight women players of the owner of the tract Two

JAYCEES BACKENFORCING I The beauty contest is part of the new- farmer marketIn registered. These players. streets each 60 feet wide, will be
the program for exploitation of < Florida City to growers, shipper whose rating are below those of constructed In tile area, and a*
the lime and avocado. During the and other of the Redland the others, will compete In "conservation" alley will adjoin each lot Jn the

LAW entire week free limeade will be District Interested in the produce matches.PERRINE17T05. I IBROOKER rear. Water main lot city WHUT
dispensed! from a huge cask builtto depot. He will remain until the will be Installed.
represent a lime. The cask will completion of the market, which Ischedule Possibilities of either razing the
ON GREEN FRUIT be ten feet in diameter and will be .! for the early part of TAKES skeleton of the Palm. Hotel, on

placed at the outskirts of the city November.Mr. North Krome avenue, near King
on the highway. O. B. Parker and Dill explained that he will ,
Lakeland, Aug. 24. (rNS)_ (Continued on Pag Five)
Paul Reynolds will erect the cask be able to supply such informationthat
CommissionerNathan Mayo will
1 and Girl and Boy Scout will serve otherwise would have to be
have the whole hearted support Garland Wynn Returns
of the Florida Junior Chamber of the beverage.The obtained from the state marketing IN SLUGGING BEELocal Cloudmont
advertising campaign will board at Jacksonville. From Camp
Commerce In his enforcement! of
be carried Into Miami Thursday "The central marketing idea la
laws
new state against the shipment I
of and Immature when 200 placards extolling the new to this vicinity and I know dlamondball fan were With two physician and a representative *
green virtues of the lime and avocado that most of those who with to treated toe real slugging bee Mon of the Alabama state
fruit when the
new marketing will be placed In business houses patronize the market are not too day night when Brooker Lumber board of health keeping them
begins next month.
season along Flagler street Stickers advertising fully Informed a* to Its purposes Company took a 17-to-J victory under constant surveillance, theapproximately
Meeting her. -th week the from Perrlne 75 boy at Camp
the fruit will be distributed benefits and matter pertaining to
Jaycees' state citrus committee for use on automobiles. its operation" Mr. Dill said. "I The lumbermen tallied home Cloudmont Ala. had little oppor"
adopted a resolution assuring the want to circulate a* much Information runs by O. Sullivan and Kinard,:tunlty to become ill during the
commissioner of the organization' two-base hits by Wittkop. E. Sullivan that followed
Rotary Club Inducts about the market a* possible quarantine period
backing. and talk with as many growers and NeW and a three-base,,outbreak of infantile paralysis; according .:
Plan also made for Three New MembersThree hit E. Sullivan. All told
were a a* I can." by they to Garland Wynn of
state wide contest to select a poster Mr. Dill arrived Monday and la made It baa hits against their I Homestead who returned Saturday
design for use In the second new member were Inducted laying at the Redland Hotel He opponents' three. 'from the camp where he wu a
annual Jaycees Florida Citrus into the Homestead Rotary was sent her from Jacksonvilleby Simmons, burling for the losers counsellor at the time Prestos a
Drive. Club by A. W. Ebenmayer, of W. L. Wilson director of the truck out only One man and Bird, Jr. wa stricken fatally a
Award will also be mad by Miami at a meeting of the organization tate marketing bureau, on request J'\IchI" pitching for" the Homesteaders month ago."During.
the committee for window displays Wednesday noon. of the advisory committee of the 1 fanned four1. Simmons the quarantiM we were
and cooperative effort durIng They were W F. Therkildaon, farmer marketMr. allowed five free walk and Fuch aO right physically." Mr. Wynn
the campaign. W. A. Kissam and Phillip t Mul- Dill and William Mussel-, 1 our. aid. "But the spirit of the camp
State Jaycee president Camp len. Luther Chandler, a former white chairman-ot'the advisory Brooker started scoring right at was broken b/ the death of Preston -
- bell Thomal of Orlando attendedthe member and put president of the committee called on 'grower' of the play ball" signal. Six men and w* couldat get thai fun
meeting Orville Hawkins of club whoa business end duties as the Redland District Monday, cam In during the) first, two In out of life as before."
Winter Haven president of the member of the Florida Citrus Tuesday and Wednesday.The the second, five in the third and Camp wa "broken" at the) end
Florida Cannen .Association, Commission forced hum to resign Florida City farmer market four la the seventh. PuriM didn't of quarantine two week ago, he
pledged his organization' support two year ago was reinstated to : will be completed at a coat of get started until the third inning said. He pent a week visiting

to the citrus group t membership 1)7,000. It ta a WPA project i (Continued on Page five) friend In AtlaDta.pill .



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I SCHOOL OPENING Jackson 1 Memorial Receives Iron' Lung !WPA OF STATE I Grove Win Team Here Takes During 4-1 RainThe J



f SCHEDULED FORSEPTEMBER As Gift (tgPublicFromF.P.andL.Co. GIVEN $200,000 I Pan American dlartwndbaH


outfit from Coconut Grove snagged
FOR EMERGENCY
IS :a 4-to-l victory from Homestead

in a drizzling rain at the local ball
I
Jacksonville Aug 14- Then park Wednesday night. Comparatively -
Vacation day will be over foi
..xt has been wt up a WPA-Stato fund< few fans braved the wetness
approximately 1,100 student ol of $200,000 for the purpose of to tee the event which went the

Homestead and the Redland Distract rendering quick relief In the event!fun seven Innings In the "heavy" \e

September 18 the date sel 0a Florida emergency, accordingto field. Schweitzer. Good and Niton

for the opening of Dade Count) Boy Schroder state WPA were batteries for Pan American,

achool administrator while Caves and Cheshire took 1
The WPA fund already have care of the battery work for the
The teaching staff of Neva King
been secured and Governor Cone local team.
Cooper School the Homestead hat agreed to the arrangement tat Homestead made its Ingle run
High School, the Redland Farm
the Stale," Said Administrator In the third. The up-counttans l'
Life School and the Florid
Schroder. '"Under the fund the*lWPA scored in the fourth, fifth and
City school will be practically)
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4
la In position to render immediate seventh. Despite the adverse
the same a* last year, It wai
service In any period of playing conditions, both teams
announced. Mrs. Margaret May- '
emergency through the medium of made only seven error. Pan I
nard will not return to her dutleia
transferring men from sponsored )I II American topped the local outfit
,
physical education teacher In
projects and putting them to work j by one mistake,
the Homestead High School because I t
In the disaster .
area."This
of /pi health. I 7
I The lron lung". recently purchased of the Florida Power & Light to a precautionary step will be R
growing Manatee County
Baker M. Hlndmin will return
I designed to place a mobile force I
Company, formally presented it
the Florida &
by Power 11a
for his second term a* principal of' to Florida medical authorities at the disposal of official relief back in celery production
the Homestead schools and Carl Light Company, to be available agencies without loss of time I large way, It was announced here.
again pointing out that though any
Wagner will retura M serve his'for use by stricken employee of This new agricultural development
should a hurricane, tornado or
the "iron lung" wa placed at the any
cultivated by John D. Powell
ninth term a* principal at the. the company, their families and Miami hospital It can be removedto other type; of disaster strike Florid
face about twe
Fort
Redland school of Myers,
the general public without charge, any other hospital or any other and where man-power 11'mile on the Tamiaml Trail and
Mr. Hindman pointed out that has been received and approved, location if the need should de- needed to handle the resulting 'extends westward to the> Seaboard

there will be no quarantine period R. L. CHandler, South Dade manager velop. The "iron lung" wa received situation." Railway. While it is cut-
In connection with the schools of the announced by Charles A Mill, president
company, land, it ,comprise the largest
He said there will be no period for I yesterday. 1 1I I of the hospital board, and Manatee Begins Celery ,over amount of undeveloped heavy

a child to wait before beginningor The latest model "iron lung"was 1 Miss Mary Corbett, assistant superintendent Growing: on Big Scale muck land on the Florida West
,. entering hit claise School authorities assembled at the Jackson
Coast
:. believe that such a periodIs Memorial 'hospital Miami by the Recent developments In the Bradentown Aug. 14. (FNS)
in effective I
child bringing no wy In communicable against a Surgical Selling Company, rep- treatment of !Infantile paralysisand -With the purchase of an 1800. Shark and porpoise) have

; disease because the a child will be representative of the Boston the fact that few artificial acre tract of undeveloped land on been found to live together amiably -.
in contact with the manufacturer, and tested with' respirators were available in the the Tamiaml Trail a half mil at Marine Studio, Marine..

other activities, general Mr. Hindman publicIn the assistance of hospital authori' state, led the Florida Power It north of Parrish t large portion of ,land, Fla.
aald. ties.The I Light Company to. purchasethe
Improved "Iron lung won equipment a* part of its public
unanimous acclaim of medical *u- safety work and in anticipation of

{thoriUe In that it weigh between any emergency that may require
I 200 and 300 pound lee than for. its ue. It will be used riot only

'mer model and offers many new for paralysis case, but for gas or

|feature designed for creator com monoxide poisoning, drowning, TOMATOSEED
fort of the patient. smoke suffocation electric shock, ,
Following the. authorities' approval drug poisoning or any form of
OINERS; I Bryan C. Hanks president temporary failure of breathing

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FORUM 1 Florida's Five-Cent Orange Juice Cited


I As Publicity. Object Lesson in California

By ABUSK CORDON I

I the durability of furnishings Tampa. Aug 24. (FNS)_The lleve-lt-or-not the prospective
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and home repair work I if largely fat reaching effect from a pub'buyer can buy it at a nickle aglass
dependent en glue Joint It t* taw I I
In Instance much
some M
prowl that the proper glut be used licity standpoint of Florida's "5cI

usually For wavy,padded.ti duty. animal glue IIi I(1 Orange Juice" campaign inaugurated a at* this one price.care to drink is offered We hate received a shipment of fresh

ti Far general house work, the nor* last faU by Burton H. "Along Flagler street In Miami,
: convenient fish glu I* of sufficient I Schoepf, was evidenced by an I the price la a nlckl for a 4 ounce
t; ) strength. The majority of he popular 'editorial which appeared in aCalifornia I cup In St Petersburg 5 or 8 TOMATO SEED
brand for home use 11'I11II
I paper last week, ounce cup are available for a
variety.Whoa tile moisture content of wool urging a similar( effort to promote nickle. Roadside stands In many
); Is more than U%. a high water reIstlng > I the ale of citrus Juice in California instance offer 6 ounce glasses at DIRECT FROM OUR GROWERSThis

I glue I* essintlit to prevent this price and it is always pure,
i Joint separation. Waterproof essett : The editorial reads in part as unadulterated juice, ml Juice
L ; glue Is recommend toe Joint a. follow:
{ from real oranges, not the synthetic
\ a pod! to moisture.Wnea '
"Orange Juice stand are as stuff one frequently encounters
,. flu ot adequate stream
and consistency I is applied and** common In the cities, towns and here In California and seed is of high germination and is true
pressure to well-atted.uet see It Ii village of Florida as are beauties which I II peddled at lOc a glass.
t j forced Into the wood awe* over the on her beaches."Throughout California could well follow,
.. ;. entire a***, creating wood e Itself.Q.How flna Joiststronger I Florid the juice Florida's example and_ offer Vf. to type. We are stocking: at this time:
the toe
are roofing aced thing! I 'U squeezed from golden-ripe fruit I tourists the Golden Nectar ai 5c
sails treated to prevent corrosion I right before your eye, and be- for a large sized glass." Improved Grothen Globe

i A.-Such Ball are usually sane ; I '
\ Boated This seals them against mots- Bat II Persist
There' Reason
I a
lure, preventing corrosion. I I
!
I "Chess was first played In the "You must like
Q.-Pilot an my tune canoe I* certainly cantaloupe Improved Rutgers
.. j cracked and broken exposing sur fifteenth century," says a writer. *-you've) eaten a dozen of
r tam Will It have to be removdbe. I There", however, no confir- them! I
S I for repainting and what paint should mation of the rumor that some i I "Yes; but here's ,strange thing
Bred Rite
l be used ''of the original games are till Inprogress. -the last three have tasted like Marglobe
( A.-When paint I* cracked, exposIng .-Ex, I
1 canvas: It should be removed before I pumpkins--Ex. .

I After repainting.old paint I* completely off, and Pritchard or Scarlet TopperAlso

t; endpaper, and apply one coat of
1 { paint mixed follows: 4 part thy Plumbing Installationsand
: volume) nU paste whit. fad I

a. its turpentine 1 part spar varnish,
r part liquid drier. (Four pounds of
r\ eon past toad will make M gallon of Repairs
paint which should cover approximately we have received complete line of other
the area of en* taaoo.)
Apply thickly and brush well Into seeds-that in fall
eanvs*.. PLUMBING APPLIANCES are planted early
When dry, again sandpaper surface
I and fellow with two coal of japan .

,". aufflclMt color thinned turpeaua wltk Spar so bush' varnish.brush Add Solar Water Systems Furnished and Installed

4 cut couMthlr.I .
Come in and consult us about your particular -
t Modernization Loans
M<|
k lI .Anu T. I(fp to MONTHS TO FA* : .r needs and we will do oar best.to give you

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seed best suited }to your! locality* : 'j
Free Estimates
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HOMZSTEADFLORIDARegular ,
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dinner ...... 50c SPECTER

Plate lunch ............. 33cMb The Kilgore Seed Co.

Crosley Radios, Refrigerators and Autos

I t Kath* Steffaal Reread sal Preps.r MnFlorenr HORNS BLDO. HOMESTEAD FLA. FHO-VE !3.sugar. PHONE 63 HOMESTEAD, FLA.


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August 25. 1939 __ THE .LEADER ENTERPfclSE ______ Pare_Three ,


SHIP ONLY TOP Miami Boys' Drum, :Bugle Corps to Lead '!;PRICES OF USED !Transaction Tax Theme

Townsend Club Film
I Of
GRADE OF FRUIT. Florida DelegationJacksonville to the World's Fair FORDSgLASHEDIMOGALSALE

: Working and results of the federal -

Auf 24. (FNS) opted on behalf of the management transaction tax In Haw i I will'
SPEAKER URGESlegislation I Several hundred Floridians, I of the Fair by General be shown In a motion picture to be

headed by the colorful Greater' nis E. Nolan Den-j ---- shown at the First Baptist Ouut! hat
I Miami Boy's Drum and Bugle Monday Aug 28.- 8 o'clock tonight under the
which would The Ford dealers annual nation-
provide Corps will leave here by special State Press Day which will be attended sponsorship of the Townsend Cub:
that only No. I grade of limes and ,I train Saturday evening, A... M I by many editor of Florida wide used car clearance sale ha of Homestead. S. F MaUll!!"'.-.
avocados be shipped from tile to participate In the "Florida newspapers. A get-aoqualnt- swung into full stride sad will president of the club, said the taxIs
tote would serve to place this i Week" ceremonies at the New I I similar to the one sponsored in
Redland ed party will be held at the Florida continue through September 30
District fruit famines
on York World Fair.The building which will afford opportunity -: the Townsend movement. John
Donald Neese, local Pord dealer
a with the
par great Industrie of I
Wysong. secretary: of the club will
trip, sponsored by the Florida for visiting newspapermen i
the country, Carl Plowaty, sales announced. The sale started
of
have charge of projection the
State Press Association, Is a to meet the editors and reporters
manager of the Florida Avocadoand $. The advanced date
August 1 film.
of the of the
tour and newspapers
Persian Lime Grower, laid In special all expense members -
t talk before the Redland District, of the party will be royally New York city area. One of the was set so that many: buyer could
Lions Club Tuesday night entertained throughout their entire features of the entertainment provided obtain better car before vacation

"The buying public wants thebest stay In New York.Secretary for visiting newspapermen'trip and before the Labor Day NAM
will be view of the fair
a night
and it will pay for the best," Russell Kay, of the holiday.
from the provided by Captain
air
be said. Association, returned from
"Ship only the top fruit Press "
Aa In ether this clear
Edward Rickenbacker and Beverly yean
from the state and you would find;'New York this week and report ,lance
i Griffith, of the Eastern Air sal features sharp reduction -
the demand for Florida product that Earl Brown and hi* coworkers "
Lines. In used car price: Mr.Neesesaid
would increase by hug Jumps.I are-looking forward keenly to "Of equal importance to A Trial
The- Redland District fruit business (entertaining this group a.a4bat Tuesday, Aug. it.-Governor buyers I* the fact that aU late
should be twice u large u countless courtesies have been arranged -, Fred P. Cone Day, with the model
r can are specially recoodttiond MeansA
It I It at present and U could reach for their pleasure and entertainment governor and members of his staff and many are sold with a
and cabinet as honor guests. A
tills
proportion Inferior
products
I written guarantee. Included in
were. kept off the market." well filled program of entertainment
Excellent hotel accommodation the sale Is a wide variety of makesrand CustomerAT
Commenting on the coming have been arranged for at the has been outlined for the model aa well as a largo num-
Lime-Avocado Week. Mr. Plowaty Martinique hotel, Broadway and day opening with the usual saluteof !ber of truck and commercial
aid the six days of "pushing" Und two abort block from the 19 guns. Edward Ball, president can.
Redland District's I of Florida National Exhibits
principal ,
products station.
Pennsylvania I R. C. Kelly: well known In local:
Is exactly what the businessneeds I Feature planned Include a will preside at the meeting when
automobile tales circle: has joined
to put it on the upward sight seeing trip of New York, receptions Governor Cone dedicates the
Nees Motor Co. sale force
.win,. Limes and avocados need at the Florida buildingand I Florida State Exhibit The acceptance -low DRIGGERSService
advertising badly, even as close to other exhibits, a complete speech will be made by Mr. Neese announced.

the growing' point as Miami, he tour of the Fair, admission to Grover Whalen, president of the Station
.aid. I.Billy Base's Aquacade, George World' Fair corporation. I the several excursions parties

II Drug stores, ban and restaur- Jessel's Old New York Bill Rob- Wednesday, Aug. CO.-Florida coming to the festivtu may j'' ft. Krmae Are. sad Third 8tPhaiie
ants use most of the avocados and inson' Hot Mikado, a visit to the Citrus Day will bring cllnlllfOw- 'have a day in which to wind up
limes coming out of the South Trans-Atlantic Liner Bremen as ers and citrus buyers and consumers ,their sight seeing and get ready I 111
Dade area, while the housewives 'guests of the HamburgAmericanLine. together with appropriate cer for the return trip.
of the country, as a whole, are ignorant emony. C. H. Walker, president -
of the virtues-of the two,J Headquarter In Jacksonvillehave of the Florida Citrus Ex-
fruits, Mr. piowaty said. The been established at the SemInole change, will preside. Followingthe
housewife should become lime. hotel where Manager Gar- meeting a program of entertainment
and-avocado conscious and this net Andrew ha* set aside comfortable will be carried out.
can be accomplished through the lounging rooms for those Thursday, Aug. 31.-Florida
Lime and Avocado Weeks, he of the party who arrive In the All-States Day, will feature a
pointed out. I city In advance of train time. luncheon to Governor Cone, Commissioner -
The greatest competitor for the I Of the 30 states having exhibits of Agriculture Mayo.
avocado as a salad base Is lettuce, at the New York World's and Comptroller Lee, and President -
!which has been publicized for Fair, Florida la the only one hav-I Ball of the Florida Exhibit.
more than 25 yean Mr. Plows ty' log aa entire week. August 27 as)guests of the Ford Motor Com-
aid. Avocado ;can "come into (to September 2, set apart for It tD pany. Mayor of Florida dUel
#heir own" an1 enjoy general ,which to celebrate its participation and, County Commissioners of
Popularity by proper exploitation, and entertain it* friends, and Florida counties VlU be guests of I t
he said. I the management I* working with honor.
"Chain stores may have their all the activity of a well oiled machine Friday. Sept 1.-Friends of
short-comings, but they have done ; in making preparation for Florida Day, with Harold CoIN,
the finest Job in the United States 'liven day of Jollification. president of the Florida State
In regard to food distribution For administrative purposes Chamber of Commerce, presiding
-Mr. Piowaty said. "They have Florida week at the World' Fair will be given over to the entertainment -
taught the people to have a true has been divided as follows; of officials of the various,
sense of food value and food price. Sunday, Aug. 27.-Florida Gar- railways, bus lines and air lines'
The public because of the chain den Day, with Dr. John J. Tiger Interested In travel to and from
grocery store, has become buying president of the University of Florida and to member of the in Groceries
.conscious; the independent grocer Florida presiding at the dedicatory; staffs of travel agencies' who $ ,
has been made to strive for better exercises which will be held In guide travel to Florida. A!I
service to the customer. Chain the tropical garden of the Florida program of entertainment has at your neighborhood store
.store have gone far in creating a exhibit. The presentation will be been arranged. 10 with every sale made duringthe
demand for fruit'rOCLTRT made by Dr. John Oliver La- Saturday, Sept 2.-Will be left remainder of August

MEET: SET Gorce. The garden will be ac- an open date so that members of i
i
The second annual Florida Poul-I _
try: Institute will be held next

week at Camp McQuarrie, near
Astor Park, Lake County, under New SupplyWe
sponsorship of the state agricultural -
extension service ..adh.. START ENJOYING A "BETTER"

Florida Poultry Producers Asaoelation. -
Hatching chicken raising, CAR OVER THE HOLIDAYS
Have a New Supply ofLandreths'
feeding and experimental work This ls the first time In ... famous
will be themes of several addresses. Used
Feed Dealer Annual Clearance
State Senator George Westbrookand Simon's, and Stokes'SEED I Sato has been held this early-take advantage .
Prof. F. E.
Mitchell of the .
of these .
ollft+1. bargain to get
poultry department of the Unlversltyof
: -
Georgia will be '! Into a good-looking, smeelb-rannlM,
among
the speakers. troabkfcfW ear before the noUJavt-aiiU
i sore money I
FRANK REESE DIES I
Your Car In Trade
a fay Terms
The body of
Frank Reese, '0, of:
Homestead who died in a Miami' FOR FALL PLANTINGAND
hotpllal Wednesday after a short i -16.G'-

Ulness, was taken to Danville, Xy..I .. ... ......
for ."'.-.-..-..... ....-..... SAMPLESHERE
funeral services and burial. I FEW
Mr. Reese was a native of Nashville I ARE A uphol19 .
Tenn, and bad lived In Dade DON'T FORGET TO USE an'leatber .
County 1) years. He is survived Connrtib1e T nditioned

by two sons, George r. Reese ofHouston stern thoroughlyn paint; extra
.' Texas, and Jackson B. Redland Brand FertilizersPUNMOIHLSEED Coupe "
Reese of California, and a daughter I 1931 Ford .
Mrs. Cecil r. Smith, Of Norfolk cleaft. with trunk; clean.very

Va. .70 BEDS. I 19 'O\dsll1obUe Sedan;5e ;: dr clean

paint,

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automobile FRANK B.RUEMGR. i
NEESE MOTOR CO.
MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
L. C. OrEN EVENINGS FOE YOUR CONVENIENCE
HOMESTEAD FLA.
Flewen Next to Homestead Post OWceFriday :

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-"tt H. Hector of Ft Lauderdale, ':
was In town Wednesday on buaUMM .

with the Homestead branch
CURRENTCOMMENT !
of the Hector Supply CoM ."
'
-- P. Wallaro has purchased
;;/ thru Iota in Royal palm addition1 '

\ L By AGNEW WELSH adjoining hit home." !: v
"Olivia Barnes is employed as a ti,
j clerk in tbe-Hemeat.ee4I'hermaq>,.....
A Gallup survey of opinion on
.a ..{ yrfA jC1rAMCD taking up her duties on Wednes
: I I Ii .
: eur relation to the present critical day."
...
i j situation SB Europe Indicates -"Prof. Ray Hamon -win teach-*
? I that three-fourth of the manual training-In the Homestead
f I' .l
I believe that if a war I'ftPOIdO"1 school this ylar. However, hewULoot
1 we will eventually be be able to devote his en- .
.: It The reasons given are tire time fin thia.lcboe'.1Ii
sympathy toward England and I Itinerary inehide the Redland i

i France and our commercial relations farm Life, Coconut Grove Lemon1. *
with those countries, together' City and Arch Creek achooli: He ]
with a fear of the spread of Nazism expects to make his home to
from Germany and Fascism from Homestead" .'
-
I Italy .t -" .. W; J. Tweedell' returned
I. 1 Sunday from Hendenonvllte N,
I A preview the 194(1 models C.. where she has been spending
I ,f autos Indicates they have about 1/11' the summer month*." ,
).t' reached the maximum of mechanical .
Frank old
Springer an resident
: perfection, the chief attention
TNI17l0PItAI. Af aY4FYJUNGtE of Homestead. died la Miami on '
now being given to refinements in
r I ArwaMESrLADCNQUE /Nfr Thursday Mr. Springer 11'11'Home.tead'
:'I? I accessories, etc. Including a new
upholstering cloth tailed csxlda I THf FACT THAT THE USUAL. first marshal serving
+ I v and the new non-glare headlight / IA Gf> rfA'NE OY.XlNAF1 1MrV MV1fN r O,?/JL /r xfwesfo'#ef THG, In 191J: and baa lived in Miami. ?

\f ("_led beem") end the non-I Ii RlGT.L l.RNAVr5Bt'iDEO 84CZ0YfMCJ MOMMY ARE VNCONF/fteo I the past few yean" .
i shatter. glaze la colors they bid VETWHEN THE TH/eD SO/NE fS OIlp"ALD wHcTM YISITO.I 1S' OQSEMYG -"Mr. and Mrs Henry Carter '..
fair to outrival the rainbow as THE F/JOST SP/N6 ii/T17MA11G llY.PO( C 1M FJWPOM If Av1eo CA64\ have returned from their trip to :

( one such producer announce an ,Wisconsin where they visited relatives -
', ,\ array of ISO shades. I : for several months '
;' Experts believe cars to run 400 mechanic that he turned out articles Republicans' Only Hope of Power Lies I"Mrs. V. M. Greimell had the
miles per hour win be built wit -n household furniture of I misfortune to run a needle Into
$ a lew yean. Then will be a good remarkable beauty. It seem to In "Change of Policies Congress Told I her hand, making a painful,
:( : time to stay off the road. be a divine Impulse that pushes i though not dangerous, wound.
e e e man on to an expression of Ms "Nellie Wallam entertained the
In an article In the Comment Inward self A remarkable m- Washington Aug. 24.Two *f.even in the record of proceedings.: i iI Pastime Club on Monday eveningat

; I toe magazine. Vincent Dodd declares steam of this was found In a bidden I the most interesting speeches: delivered J "la March 1933, to many of her borne and an enjoyabletime
that children! born with the cave In the wilds of western In Washington during the I lrow" said the .senator "'lowliness was spent to games and -
organ of Speech undeveloped'Australia by an exploring partysomething 1939 session of Congress did DOt was young ambition' ladder i laughter .."
,i \ 0rat and dumb. we Incorrectly i over a year ago On its "make the headline" Newsmenwere whereon this Administration -Mrs. Ceo Wright, sister of C
; ; call them-are being taught to I wall were found the paintings of present on both occasions: helped you upward to turn your V. and J H. Barnes, arrived with
speak and become well a man and several women clad in but curiously not a word appeared farce'; but now that you have attained her children tram Meridian, Miss,
aid he-describes the edueated.j strange garbs. It could not then in the daily press the topmost round, many Tuesday and has gone back home,
,j mental development be determined whether the work "Personally I would like to seethe of you 'look in the clouds, scorning leaving;the children here As soon
.: Helen Keller had the additional was Moorish Japanese or May Republican party come into the base degree and Instru as arrangements can be made
handicap of being born blind. layan origin. When and why this power. said one speaker Congressman mentalities' by which you did ascend. Mr. and Mrs Wright will comeback
y r e "expression of human tendency so Usher L. Burdick. Rep.. I make no apology for having to Homestead In their cars,
I 1\ We have advanced considerablyIn often found In many lands? of N. IX, on the floor of the Houseof eaten a dinner at your expense to make Homestead their permanent -

civilizing warfare, or legalized II e e Representatives "but unless the : because during the last six home."
;' : murder U some are prone to call Metallurgist have found a new leadership revises Its philosophy ,years I have helped to appropriatethe -"Jake Aronovitz back againin
.4". : it. When the Spanish eonquista- !'use for silver Stainless steel has there .la no chance. To gain the money that has'kept the business the J. U. Free store, after two
,j dores entered Chile some 400 years come to play an important role In confidence: of the people, our Interests which you represent years in the army ten months of
[. ago. one of PUarro's i the great drama of Industry but It party must come out flatfootedon from bankruptcy and enabled which was spent overseas He is
J VaWlvlc. sought to tlNtlnanl.'j;was not Immune from oxidationby a platform that thinks of the many of you to escape confinement looking well and Is glad to get
native Indians of his power by cut salt spray and the addition of poor, the distressed and the weak in. the poor houses of your back to Homestead"
;t ting off the noses and right arms one per cent of silver to the amalgam and forget every type of special 'I'respective localities "B. M. Duncan and wife are
,I, I of about 400 captives and sending makes It the perfect metal privilege 1 "These annual meetings serve staying in town a few days while
it:I them back to their people In :against saline action This new "For the four years after Hoover I'several good purposes Flnt they Mr. Duncan Is doing surveying
1
\ answer to this barbarity the Indians metal Is an amalgam of Iron came Into office In 1929 no one ,;emphasize the unlimited value of work"
t1- i captured Valdlvlc and with'chromium and nickle with minute can say that business was so U!"!I freedom of speech: which enables ....
: an Instrument made by sharpening portions of carbon, silicon and up with I'fttrlctlOllI.nd: taxes you gentlemen In absolute safety
Children in CourtBy
the edge of a sea shell cut off :manganese It can be rolled welded that It could not employ people (to express your condemnation of
I both hie arm and roasted and ate : or drawn Into ..lre. Its Increased Business had a free hand. Yet the President and Congress In Judge Ualealn HaUleld

them before Ms eyes I strength and lightness bas we had the most disastrous. breakup language which if uttered In some ....uu. _
e e e brought it Into wide use In airplane in our history When President of the world dictatorships, would PUNISHMENT SHOULD BE
:-i l G W. Dyer. professor of economics i and railway rolling stock Roosevelt came In, banks, send you behind the walls of a GAUGED ACCORDING TO
; Vanderbilt University, I construction.: By adding 42 percent Insurance companies, railroads concentration camp or before a THE CRIME ITSELFThe
: rates the present percentage oi recovery of silver this steel Is madea manufacturing plant were prostrate firing squad J
.. i by the various nations affected wonderful conductor of heat Those with money In the these meeting enlable parents of a nine year old
r I" I by the poet-war depressionof 0 e banks could not draw it out. I official Washington to understand boy were severely lectured: by the j

( lUst as follows: I Uncle Ezra: comfortably seatedon When buying power and credit how-infallible you are in court before they -were permittedto ,j
\ Germany... ... .. 134" a park bench and whacking are gone, anything can happen."It your own opinion and what an resume custody of their .child. 1
t
..(.I Great Britain (except away at a leaf with his cane, spoke was the personality of Intolerable aggregation of senseless The child had committed a series 1
; Canada118% thinly" seed by the papers congress Roosevelt that stepped into the lawless, vlcloua busmesswrecking. of minor offenses which destroyed
,',,; Italy ==_ 107% I has agreed to spend 329 million breach No matter how many I Constitution-hating property at a km of hundreds of
till
I Canada .., .. _, .. .._ M% more than Its budget, whatever takes he had made, history gorilla you consider us to be." dollars The boy actually was ',
,h l France ___,_ ._._... (3% I that is; seems like them tellers record the fad .that he actually blameless, for previously his parents ,
United States __..___ 77% I ,lr powerful keerlesa. with saved the government from a sickening FROM TUX IVASTXBASKXT had only slightly reprimand-
e e e ether folkses mooe,." And maybe breakdown. Yet all that ed or completely ignored his activities .
'., Creative power seems to be Individual Ezra is right It seem to be rather Republicans have had to offer Is I whenever such: acts were
') rather than racial, though: universally true with public that business again be given the called to their attention. Like I
,\ there is contrary evidence to the official privilege of reverting to the practice To The Xditor many thoughtless parents, they
F \ statement aa witness the caw of e e e i that almost wrecked the i A fxw wuks ago used one: *fyoutYiypxwritxn. did tuft realize that' one small I
'. Chile whose primitive people had I Dr. Louie. Ray, In speaking. be- country Business and Ita Republican At tint was act could lead to a series of more i
no artistic expression until brought fore a scientific: body where misstatements spokesmen demand tax reductions very plxaaxd, but not for long serious offenses. The theory that I
to them/ by the Incas from Peru.Te are fatal to one's reputation and other concessions: You sex, the trouMs I Is thte. Xvxry all forma of punishment should be !
t. some this creative power ta said geological evidence bit even though representative of!, Lima I want SB z I gxt an x Now mated out according to the extent
I' aid to be brought by tenseness, definitely established the fact that ,badness have admlttted before, this Is getting mx mad Bxcausxwhin of the crime which has been
r by loneliness." environment, by human being lived m N the way and mean commit, I want an x I want an x, committed dote mot effectively
I/o/, repression, This may o* true of America between 10000 bd that If permitted to write their not an X. This. Is enough to make check the child whO' commits his t
r literary expression of the thought 13,000 years ago Scientists tell own ticket they cannot possibly, anyone mad, How would you tint anti-social act As the great
but It can not be said to be the these the Fo ausw*iaa. put back Into Job more than, lib to get an z xrry time yen majority of all acts committed by
east in the mechanical aria but In 1.000.KXI of U Jobless men and I wantxdanx? Abxisanxnot very small children do not frequently
l any event It seems to be an Inward Artist: "OoyAi tike It?" women-The Republicans lit I an x. 'Do you nix what I Miami? harm others, their ..nUi i
Visitor "Soumptuoust Absolutely charged constitute .a party whole What I would like to know Is. U social activttie: aretoo often q
J urgeWith some It develop early and makes my mouth waterT sole ambition it I Is to protect DM, you will give mx typxwrltxr thai passed over with a, slight reprimand -
I } we have child prodiitie*. Some Artist: "I say go easy. That's large business Interest of the, daxsnotmakxanxwhxnIwas ant : Consequently, the child !
quality of superiority to possessedby hardly the way to describe Kin- country* a you can have the damn thing continue to increase his per- !,
most Individuals, even the lava .set* What Senator M M. Keely,, back with all its x's. An x Is aSbid nictoua activism .AI. result
.e. A public print recently recorded -. Visitor "Sunsetf I thought tt Democrat of West Virginia,. I right as an x. But an x la--oh hxUSincvrxly big. first eventually does more i
that an Indian of one of the I was a pudding". -Xdinboro the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, ,yours, Onx of your harm to himself. than to the per ,
northern tribe was such a fine' Dispatch. r 'convention also wa ,unreported. .-Dlllci np rtxn.-,,&venina News. son Involved

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"FnrtJl.v Autrus 25., 1939-

) tile at the write] ..- *I t .. a s I Ps.w AI a) M PO A .
advances dkm'f have punch
the Kadnei blast tuilaT
solve
RIPIM METHOD I only one (olutlon-bigger consumer garnet Neither tttnt cored unit ... MMBl' 'l+ 0 I. I. .1 57r. I Irtti .. : ".-= : : ; .

pMtibl. the third ....,Home brought In I ........ 14 ._._... a .
demand at quickly aa ....... ..... ".-., r. : : I :
Expansion ot the age groups three men South' Miami got all! t-pdw.'k ., ::., Ib ....: = r .
BMk.lV MM.eaa: bah ..._ .. '_.. I I .
Continued from Page One) which et grapefruit and an attempt Its counter ill'the third. .ort: ***.eatl 0. WhMa Coffee 5: of "
( atweb .a b s>- it. by (I. w. fa... .,
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that many impression to northern to switch persons to Il'eJlll" C. W. Carter pitching for arts Km a4. e H 15.1.. ... ONO 6.m rl' 4 :: '
fruit Juice Iron the Milt itaelf; South Miami and Hall. Horne .1..1..1 iMluti win.*. 'MM* ItaM ef-.. ._... I 0 .
consumer. two suggestions made. IIwa hurler each fanned four men. waplna, McKar ..4 IlMwn.MONDAY w... II.. .......__ I 0 .
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were .
Other recommendation mack lIeGNIuf\o soTout. ....._ I 1
brought out that the grapefruit Carter walked as many men and JilG.,. Al'O. II -- -.. -- -
ty the agency and approved In aervtd on. the half.alleUaerve. Hail walked one, iZSV AB R BK7.AI ._...._.... e a II e NIp.w
principle were the use of professional ._ t'
to reach doctors two persons, while ai Terrine had slugging party al T..n l a I I 5 .. 1 f o 5' 5 0 IP.rethe
journal makes 0. Cart-*.rI .. w a a a 1 a ..
dentists teacher: a limited budget juice one grapefruit South Miaml'i expense Friday C W Car**, pa. I t i .... .. e I I e 1 .
only a aood.llzedIaaa. A substantial night,'turn nt in a 13.to-T victory era : : tilOMiiboiwr.
for general news publicity to change-over to Juice It . TWw :::, WrMbojL ,SMIlMW>. ,
the South Miami I Ikroa bits, r Yulitr. MOraoo
keep. Florida cltrua before was emphasized, would immediately Stelnhouser, mitt work I.=kCrorbott-..is. .. ".: .. f : : : : : N.lll., O ..111.m, ......*! l. lays
In news columns at well aithrough catcher exhibited some Graham boo M kalk .If:
public demand. H. ft 1 .. 4 K aullloa' b I
double the
paid advertising ipace; I tt\at,11 above the average for the J. <<'__otto rf. I I I 1 1 Oft-haw 1. off' No" e.
Out that .. !W5..w.: It oarook oot, by r a,
ewek"the I Mr. Douglas brought ceountrd for 10' Webb Ib ..... r Jl J e 11 I
sponsorship of "gift fruit season. He put by aMaHMM It kttaoffi Ooankaw 9 M
second week In December In 'there are approximately 2,000,000children outs durint the let-to. His opponent T ula .. it i I' 13 "? 1 i Mn,.... art: more 4 ,. 1 hmlnt, uti Bloc
I 4 a.l.e.l ..pane. Meaq 404
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Florida when every possible medium in each one-year age behind the bat, Leggett, put a-hatta4 for B.*W. hi ommMt, ,
and that the use by mother
will be used to Induce Floridians group the bee on two. Horn AB ft BR PO A IMhoo.t. ,
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children
for their
i of Juice -
and winter residents to ship I grapefruit C. W. Carter running mate olStemhoufter .. tt .. ... 5 1 I 5 ) aheo.wJURY
between 10 and IS :years"ofage. Narrow lk ..._. | t I | BLAMES
and have their northern personal : a group which does not now I fanned nine men and : 0. Cawpboll, aa I 0 I I. a :
to flralih. Ik a 1 1 I1'hwhta
business aoquaintanoei of
and number free trips
would add gave an equal .
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use It In much volume, a 1 I 4 4
hip, boxes of fruit ai Christmas A further to first Dra, Perrlne pitcher, re Vomit. .f _. a I 4 e 4M.M.hl

gifts; a survey to determine how 12,000,000 advantage consumers.of. such an effort, he ; tired two and walked five. rM Ib' rt i:...::,. r I I IR : 1< (Continued from Parr One)
the commission can Improve Its South Mlamt war away out In C.a.pb.11.. I I 4 guard rails broken by skidding
grower information service and aid, wa that such taste young for usersonce front In the scoring until the sixth H.U a ........_....:.: : I I J : | automobiles. It was said;
acquiring a grape
the holding of two dinners, one fort would become permanent Inning. PWrtn*, trailing S to 7. ToUU.... ..... .n II I 1Imilmn Mia Kremer and Mr Hamilton
the press and the other for ship fruit, I brought in alx In the sixth and died almost Instantly when the

( pen, to acquaint them with the consumers and difficulties help solve future three more In ttir jwventh. South Rn. MIAMI--.... I. : : :. : : automobile plunged through the

new program and activities of the marketing"When we convince 10,000 doctors I Miami couldn't get anything but HonwTm .. a' I I a guard raiL The glrt's twin "'ter,

commission In general. and dentist that they should goose lIP after the fourth. UM hits, O. amptofl Y_.. R. Miss Marguerite Krenwr, r Q.Mulllngs .
Arthur Kud- I There wa' little action in the C. M>b.ll; tbM haw hi... PtaMi *xhl, 17, Atlanta and Elmore
H. r. Douglas, of recommend grapefruit juice to .. ... baM balb
i plum, 0 Carlo* to H b M 1929 S. W. F,>urtventh -
ner Inc, in explaining why the their patients," Mr .Douglas *ald, ,Brooker-Home game which furnished "rffl C. W. tartar .. sec Hill l! Mm* DnnlcU, 47, of
"believ -it-' rnDt" system had I"they will help us sell a million the second half of the night's miKkyC MrKsl.ad. W.SlM-r._ 4, kjr Hall 1 1 _*M, terrace.: Miami reI'l'\rd

been decided upon, for grapefruit putting the weight of show. Brooker took the game 4 serious Injuries. They were rescued -
patient by I awabor AB ft 1M PO A a from the partly lubmn: ;cd
emphasized that this particular their authority; behind the messages to 3. Up until the seyepth however Rue. .. ... ...... 4 I 1 1W
fruit was furnishing the most advertising" it looked a* if Home had the ittknp. as ." 4 4 1 t 1
troublesome problem of a1LReader In our I' game on. Ice, with three rum to I.C. S..III..H Bulllvao: : Ib If .-.. : : : : : : I car.The survivor of the wreck hat.it-

surveys, he said had clear Brooker1 one. Brooker got ambitious O.: lUIH_ afP 5 I s not recovered sufficiently to

ly shown that this type of advertising AUGUST PERMITSContinued in- the last inning and K.. .Tbniiaa.. d., ef f 1 I : i iali I tend the inquest and their depositions -

It widely read by all age scored three times O. Sullivan ".. .. _. .. 1x1.5,4 I were read in court
home for Brooker andO I.IU. The party wa on Its way to Key
made
groups. and that people reBpondlciiY a run rt 4 a r t a I
to the challenge that ( from Page One) Campbell made |i twoba hit. t Hrfll, 5 5 I 5 10Purl. West on a' business trip when the

"truth la stranger than fiction." I highway, or putting it to some II for Home. I .. ...! ..! ..! ...fTaut. .! accident occurred. Before it

Because of the natlon-wldi pl'lcUelil111I: were discussed by Caves, Brooker pitcher, fanned .. ..... cc II II I* t plunged into the sound the car

market for tangerines, the Kudear the council. The walls were I four and walked seven Hall,. tore away 72 feet of guard rail

the use of erected in 1925, during the real Home hurler, struck out one and I LaAGtra STANDING THRflUtm A4/0. H I
plan proposes and semi- estate boom da) Further work walked two. Tae w.. Loot ,... Punster"What two. kinds of

national national Sunday magazines magazine Three on the structure stopped when the I The scores: a..b.Prove. 4 a I 1 ..N.M wood make a match?"

crash occurred. Several times a.. Miami I I 4.Hrs. Friend: "He would and the
large colored advertisement an plan were formulated to turn the PRIOAT MIGHT. AUG. IIBrookn .. I' ..eN would.-Ex.
planned one Just before Thanksgiving All R JIH PO A 1Rum.
the holiday skeleton into some practical use, Ik .... .. I e 1 I a
a second during Wlltbop. M .. 111 I 1 1 *
erection of a hospital,
season and another early in Including c. suui\ ...' ii'_._ I 1 1 e
but they! never materialized. R. Sulll..!.. lb..... I 1 | |
January when prices normallydrop Tom Harris "wa Instruct. O. Buill.... at ..... 1 1 5 *
off considerably. Mayor T TkoMi. of ...... I a a
ed" by the council to interview G.. .... Sb ..t.... I t t *
Posters and newspapers will to determine what disposition ca-w -' : : : : :
the.owner "of"
.: .__ ..:" : .y} r tr e4 wGS
for T"
form the principle media oranges could be mede or the H.l", .. _. _.I' 1. 1 .q
under the Kudner proposal;; "
,hotel walls. foals. : ._....__M 1 4 II ( I
similar to last season. While em.1 Mrs L. L. Bow Homestead librarian -
phailzing that a national radio before' the council Saws AB R BH PO ATom i TOMAKE
cam *. af .. I o 4 ( I
program would be an excellent I and itemized equipment needed ......... .... i i i i i

medium to carry the message tt for the Interior of the new library. \.ac..pba14w'mil a, c ...... .., ._.-S- I .. t a 1 l .o aKM
the public, It was brought out that I She estimated the float of theequipment' Ik : : : : ROOMBRIGHTER
suitable > 'MAftniol, 4', -
the talent alone on a program
$1,288 and' recommended "
I at 11. ..3 ...:1 1 1 8 .
would cost more than an two Miami companies MAd..se. 8b 4 1 1 a 4 -

orange funds available. Some radio from whom it could be obtained: luirp"i' J .11.. i
time will be used, however inan
The council instructed W :It. Bird -
experimental way in large to investigate; credit conditions ot. Total*....-.- ... ...II I Til I Inroofcra

market centers with women commentators fered by the firms and report back hminar, I' I 4 I e 7
ol ..... ? I I 5Horn.
carrying the story at the next meeting ........ .. 1 I I l
Florida's Juicier orange while award -
The council voted to contract
several Two .boom hi'". 0. Camrb.ll,; komo reran. *!yt(*>
talking about product for supplying gasoline to 0. .lulllv.o baM on balla. off! Cam 7.,
The cost of such time is apportioned the city for the fiscal year to the off i Hall I. atrnclc out, by Car.. 4. b. tj;
the Hall t. ...pl..., MK.r.nd 51.....,
products
among Orange State Oil Company and
"plugged" and makes it possible Brothers Oil Company contracts P.rtlM AB R BH PO A II
Shaw
Hite" 4 a 1 1 4Mason.
for Florida oranges to be included for lubricating oil to the Lonott, .. .. | | II 0 I 0E3
at a modest price. These women and con. Ib .. 4 I 1 I a J&TI lillLrjf
Gulf Refining Company
Kdwar. .. f
already have established audien tract for kerosene and cylinder M. Moon, Ik : t : 1 t

Sinclair Oil Company. rxva or, 0 "' : & t :
ces.In oil to'the Mania if.: = 1 *
addition to impressive *lzeinewspaper 1. H bt..ro, IT .. 4 III I
advertisement several MrCmor. rt. at.. 5 1 .
lacquer
Mom P.rf.___ f J aTotal. J Rooms finished In paint, varnish enamel or -
the when
time during season DIAMONDBALLContinued
market opportunities are favorable I ..._........-..:_.ii II "l II "f aa. make homemaking much easier. It ut

the Kudner plan also proposes .. Mewl AB R BH PO A R show you color Mmpln of what paint can do in
of small ads which ( from Page. One) ....beer. M ....._ 4 1 a I 1Tu.sl.
use crossed home. ,., Ik ..._.... f 5 4 interior decoration.
would be placed'on women'spages when three men Johnson, If... 4 IC I
tersely written and each Another tally was made in the W Carur. .=: : 1 : 1 ; :

plugging, home the story of healthfulness fourth and another let the sixth R;.,Croatoia.. M .Ib-,...-.-_: (* *i *1 *5 I Iallol.
Brooker counted seven errors and H. Irorbrtt d .... I II .
while telling one specific ._" .....-..- a '1 t Paint can make a dark room brighter-or tone I
reason why more 'oranges shouldbe Perrlneone Lrorkott if.. I 1 I 1 II
consumed. On the same night' program [Huckaa. Ik __....: ;;. l J J J _* yTot.Y. i down sun-glare on the walls.

Admitting the grapefruit problem Horn defeated South Miami to SIt _::_._5 ii "i at s

1 was the moat difficult to was a slow-paced affair and It can make your home easier to *heusekeepr"'

.. too-with smooth, brilliant floor eaiyto-

t dean woodwork. .. washable walls.

WHEN YOU HAVEs

When you redecorate, combine both the beautiful .

1 and the practical-use paint.

1J. You can pay for redecorating,, monthly, ell the
and Avocados
J. Persian Limes new FHA Plan.



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i W. C. Pool suffered a back injury Miss Betty Elder has returnedto Maxine Williams of Chattanooga
white working at the r. C. her home in Orange Park after, Tenn. Miss Myers, who. la era-
I Peters, Inc. packing house Wednesday visiting her aunt, Mrs J. E. Elder, IPloyed in Miami, la spending sev
and Ground 11: He was taken to the PostGraduate In Redland for several weeks. She with her parents, Mr.
hospital and transferred also visited Mrs L. H. Hetherlng-I and Mrs. W. X. Myers, while on .
to the Jackson Memorial hospital ton and Mn. Elizabeth Pritchard her vacation y l
Thursday. In Coral Cables and South Miami.

HomesteadMr. I -...-..... ...... ...... Jim Dixon suffered an accident r
Mrs W. P. Parker returned to last Wednesday when he fell on a
her home in Jacksonville after FLORIDA CITY tractor and broke several ribs. H. a
has been 111 at his home here
spending a few days In Homesteadwith By Mn. W. W. SeveryMr. very
Bird have her son-in-law and daughter, but Is reported as slightly im
and Mrs. W. H. Booth returned Mr and Mrs. W R.
last week from a vacation as guests this week Mrs C. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney. and Mrs. Paul Haley returned proved.
tour that took them as far north Bird and children Martha Jane on Tuesday night from Mrs. R. Mattson returned to
aa Canada and to the New York and Charles, who arrived Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A., S. Moye and Buford, Gi. having been gone all Cape Sable after visiting her
world's fair Mrs. Booth was visiting from Jacksonville. daughters, Misses Atvtlonette, lummer. daughter, Mrs. Johnny Becker for
relatives In Michigan when Helen and Sue, spent Sunday visiting a week.
Joined six weeks ago by Mr. Mr. and Mrs Ernest King and Mrs. Mary Gibson in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalling
Booth when he was able to take a Mrs. Belle Sedge of Independence and son, Lewis Harrison of South Johnny Becker and W W. Sev-
: vacation.Mr. Mo. arrived Tuesday for a week's Mr. and Mrs. H. B. BeatU Miami, were Sunday visitors at ery enjoyed a fishing trip to Trout
visit with Mrs. Sedge's son-in-law had as their guests on Sunday, the home of L. C. Aldrich. I Creek over the week-end.
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and Mrs J. R. Doney and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoofnagle of [
their daughter Miss Virginia, returned Ballard.Mr. West Palm Beach, their son, Wil- MlM Lillian Thomas, of Athens,'
Wednesday afternoon from lard and grandson, Reiner Hoof. Tenn., li visiting at the home of
: a vacation tour that took them and Mrs. L. W. Summerlin, nagle. Mr. and Mrs. O, Clonlnger. I Evelyn Cooke I
through the West and to Mexico. .Mrs. Vera Summerlin and Mrs.
of DancingNow
Mr. and Mrs. James Black of Studio
After visiting the San, Francisco Harold Bishop and daughter, Miss Mn t O. Price has returned to
Hobe Sound left this week
fair they visited Mr. and Mrs Elmer Kay, have returned to their home Homestead after visiting Mobile after 1
week's visit at the has classes on
a home of Mr.
Hayden In Aberdeen, Idaho, In Daytona after a visit with relaI I and Detroit. '
(Mrs. Hayden Is the former Miss lives here and Mrs. Fritz Schroder. Monday, Thursday Afternoons
Lola Beam of Homestead), and Mr. and Mrs. Gulch Kufeldt, the I
Mr. and Mrs.
X. W Sevrey and InHospitality
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pullen in R. J. Blnkhert of Miami hat I Rev C. G. Nelson Miss Merle
I daughter, Joan, of Miami were
Tucson Ariz. On their way home bought the old Snellbacher grove :January, William Mulklns and Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. House, HomesteadAll
visited the Rev. and Mrs. C. Willard Norman attended .
they home on Lucille drive southwest a meetIng W. W. Severy.Mr. .
N. Walker and family at Socrum, I of Florida City, and will move I[ of the Methodist Institute officers T type of dancing

Fla. there with Mrs. Blnkhert next J in Miami August 18. and Mrs. Oliver Dixon of Tap, acrobatic, ballet, ballroom
\, ---- week. The property was bought Kathleen. Fla., arrived recentlyto
Mr. and Mrs. Q I. Gault and from Miss Edna Ltnscott Mr. and Mn. Thomas Quillian spend the winter here. Special Ballroom Clua
daughter, Martha Jane, will move 1 who have been spending several for high school students every
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the tint of the month into their Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ennls and 1 weeks in Miami returned to their Miss Betty Willis of Miami Is a Thursday night at 7:30: o'clock
recently purchased house on Sec children Bruce Jr., and Joyce, I lome on Bauer drive in Redland. guest at the home of Mrs. W. T.
ond avenue and 26th terrace In and Mr. Ennls' father, E. A. Ennls, Willis. CLASS INSTRUCTION
Miami. Mrs. Gault will continue returned Saturday from Macon, Betty and Nancy Guthrie are
teaching her music classes here where they had been visiting visiting Mr. and Mrs M. M. Ramsey Miss Bonnie Myers has as her 50o per lesson or $. per month

on Saturday. friends and relatives. in Redland. house guest for a few days, Miss -.


Dr. and Mrs. Joe Burton of Atlanta Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Brooker, J
I are visiting Dr. Burton's Jr., spent the week-end visitingMr. !
I parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe L. Burton and Mrs. O. C Ledlow In Fort
In Homestead. Pierce.

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Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hindman will Martin Bishop, who returned to

have as week-end guests Mr. and. his home in Miami last Thursday, .. .
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Mrs. Paul Rickel of MlamilMr. ,
f' from Endeyville, N. c., where he .
had been for the past three I '
and Mrs.. A. W. Hutchlnson montha, is spending a few days In :.. ; .'..f ftJllI
1 son and son. Billy, returned last I Homestead. .
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week from a trip to North Caro- )
l lina, New Jersey and New York Charles Little and Eugene Saunders -
where they attended the world's returned Friday from a visit
fair Miss Wanlta Hutchinson, in North Carolina.
niece of Mr. Hutchinson, accom-
panied them to the fair. Billy Miss Betty Richards, Miss Anna
was at Camp Cloudmont part of Moon and Jane Thurman under-
the summer. went tonsil operations In the Post
Graduate hospital Tuesday.
I Dr. C. Ben"'Pinmer, Jr., of
Welt Palm Beach visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks and
I in Redland over the week- son and Mrs. Given Victor spent
end. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 JRED L S
Sanders Gramllng at their home ,
I Mrs. J. D. Redd Is expected on San Marino Island, Miami HOME IMPROVEMENTS
I home tomorrow from a visit In Beach. j
:: Hendersonville, N. c.. Alken, S.
; y C., and White Springs, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Veasey and

Garland Wynn;; returned to his to son Caaa have Cabal moved grove from home Homestead on Hen I IIf

0/I home here last week from Me'nJ derson road, near Princeton, owned
; tone, Ala., where he had been a by Dr Cecil Bergln of Miami

fr t counselor at Camp Cloudmont. Beach. you lack the necessary cash to pay plumber, i

The Rev. R. F. Blackford, rector Miss Sally McMichael returnedto
.' of St John's Episcopal church had Homestead Sunday after visit electrician, carpenter, and supply dealer for "
,. as his guest the Rev Edward of several months with friends .
./ Fendley of Delray Beach, on a and relatives In Dothan and
f :t Keys fishing. trip Wednesday andThursday Florala, Ala. home modernization, perhaps you can afford to i'r

j. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds had make home modern with FHA-Insured ;f I Im
Dr. Robert Crow returned to as week-end guests Mr. and Mrs your an
Homestead Sunday from a visit In Frank Hammond of Miami. On
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,y Y d Jacksonville West Palm Beach Sunday the group spent the day Loan. Jf.
<: I and Umatilla. in Key Waste .

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'" ,, care of the cost of labor and materials. Reason- :, .. I


!.I' able financing costs to 5 to 'I ; :i
Spend loss on the trip up years pay. .

:- 44 the eavtaf sheet peel get there

Tom eu hare the time el yeas lie e* yeas convenient installments suited to your income. j
_Ilea with mmmr yea save .*<.. at jI
Fluid MeW UM ITS embr kr ,- I

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saw HOTEL ORLEANS REDLAND ass CHICAGO STATION WSJS W. D. HORNE CO., Inc. '

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are only a few more houses that can be purchased in Homestead.
I, these are owned by satisfied owners; other people coming to
i to spend the winter will have to live in tents or someone
r will have to build them homes. There was a large number of families last season -
I turned away from Homestead for the lack of places to rent. As the picture -
I standes today, there are such a few houses for rent that there is room for
I capital to be invested both in small cottages that would cost around $2,000 and
homes ranging around $3,500 to $IOOO.

There are at least 30 people looking for loans now to build their own homes.
Some of these people want to build on the inside of the city limits and some on the
I outside. If capital is afraid of taxes, there is a golden opportunity just outside
f' the city limits of Homestead where, with homestead exemption, the tax would
I : be so small no one would fuss about it-and this should be encouraged even by
(.... the most skeptical person living inside the city limits, due to the fact the city of
I' I t, Homestead would reap the revenue from lights and water sold in this area, thus
,: k helping to carry the burden of taxpayers on the inside of the city limits. But if
you will compare your tax rates per $1,000 invested in Homestead with any other
city in the state of Florida you will find that you are not hurt by taxes in the city
of Homestead, and with continued construction and the proper management of
city government, the millage in Homestead should go down.

There could be spent $300,000 in homes alone during the next sixty days
and not have too many homes for this winter's business. There is a number of
people that would buy a home upon arrival here if the architects planned themas
they want them.

: If you want a larger city,now is the time to encourage hoarded capital into
constructive earning power because the opportunity is just as good in Homestead
, and the Redland District as it was in Coral Gables when it used to be an orange
grove and pine timber.WE .

ARE GOING TO GET THIS IMPROVEMENT WHEN A WIDEAWAKE LENDING AGENCY MAKES A
SURVEY OF THE MOST WONDERFUL, BEAUTIFUL OPPORTUNITY IN EXISTENCE TODAY. HOME-
STEAD WILL SOON BECOME AN OVERNIGHT AND WEEK-END STOPPING PLACE FOR VISITORS TO
THE OVERSEA HIGHWAY AND FLORIDA KEYS FISHING GROUNDS AS WELL AS TOURISTS WHO
WILL COME TO SEE EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK. THIS IN TURN WILL ATTRACT WINTER RESIDENTS -
WHO ARE NOW STAYING IN TAMPA, WEST PALM BEACH, MIAMI AND JACKSONVILLE.

You, no doubt, will find listed in my office the location you

desire to build your future home, either in Homestead or

,_ elsewhere in the Redland District. Prices are right.

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D. R. SNYDER WEDS MISS MARIE, JOHNSONOF ,XX11N"N/M/IIINNM/IMNN"NNIINIINXNNMXINXNNN The Calendar ENSEMBLE CLASS SUMMER PROGRAM GIVEN I,

I'I I MIAMI IN QUIET HOME CEREMONY: MANNXXINMNMN.M/X.MIIIXIINIIINININNII"NNNIN WEDNESDAY AT _R. H. FITZPATRICK HOME I!

r of Jennie --
Aug. 28. Meeting

J David Robert Snyder, physical tucked waist. Her corsage was of Lotadell Circle at home of Mm. R. i' The summer program of the En. *\\'. Him"__.... __" Balnei
I education instructor at Redland pink rosebuds. J. Elliott sembl Class was given on Wed Ardel Parman, Mn. Fitzpatrick:

High School and Miss Marie John-I Mn Snyder, the daughter of Aug. SI.-District O. E. &. meeting nesday afternoon at the home of Gavotte _._ .. Thomas
ton'of' Miami were married In the Mrs. Ida Johnson, was born and at Biscayne Chapter In Miami Mrs. R H. Fitzpatrick. The numbers "Sparkling Brook" Anthony
1\ of a few friend and relatival reared in Miami. She la a graduate Sept -Covered dish luncheqn were as follows: Clarice Dodson

presence Sunday afternoon at the of Miami High School. of Episcopal Auxlllarr with Mrs. Etude _______...._ Haydn Gavotte __. Franklin
home of Mr and Mn. W. L. Weeks I Mr. Snyder la well known In W. R. Bird at 12:30.: "Shepherd's Call"_. Beethoveni Robert Kuhn
in Miami. The Rev. J. E. John- the Redland District. He has been Sept 4.-Meeting of B. P. W C. 'i Junior Pope "Over the Snow"Nolick

stone, pastor of the First Baptist coach at the Redland Farm Life Sept. 4.- Meeting of Junior German Air ____.__....._. Kohler I Ardel Parman

Church of Homestead performed I School for the past two years He Woman's Club. Floy Watson, Jr. Rondo __..._. .. .. Beethoven
the ceremony.Mr. I is a native of Butler, Tenn., and a i Sept 5.-Business meeting of W. "Two Little Pieces.._..... Williams Hilda Dodson

Weeks was best man and M. S.Sept. Jlmmie Watson I"Butterflies"Schaeftr
Mr*. Weeks was matron of honor.I Col-lege Meeting of W. M. U. "II Trovatore" (xylophone)..Verdi "Springtime In Chinatown" Renton

The bride wore a street length nes_. Before coming here he Circles Clarice Dodson Mable Ruth Pope
frock of white mossy crept with was coach of the Irwin; Tenn., Sept. 7.-Meeting of Presbyterian "Buttercups"Williams Theguests Included: Mm C.

a gored skirt and a long-sleeved I High School for ten yean. Auxiliary in manse: Irving Hooker J. Parman Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mr*"
Jacket trimmed with covered buttons After a reception at the home Sept. 22.-Meetln of Redland "Little Study:._.._.__...__..._ Bllbro J. B. Tower Mn. Floy Watson,
1 A aoft blue veil on the hat of Mr. and Mn Weeks, the couple Home Demonstration Club. Rene Hooker I Mn. E. Martin, Mn Henry Dodi

complemented her all-white acces spent several days In West Palm Parade March -__-_._. Harris son, Mrs. George Campbell Mm.

sories. She wore a shoulder corsage Beach. They are now at home In MRS CONNELLY TALKS ON Waltz __.____....,. ___ Strauss Dell Drawdy, Mn Hooker, Mix
I Mr. Snyder'i groveresidence on ; Dorothy Kuhn Lamar Kendrick
I of white rosebuds.Mrs. CABARET TO JUNIOR WOMEN Rosemary Dickinson "
Week wore a pink crepe Farm Life road, one-fourth mile "FallingLeaves"._.__._ Gray Helen Hooker and Rachel
Coconut Palm drIVe. Mrs. Lillian Connelly who directed Doris Ada Dodson
Dodson.
dress with a gored skirt and I t I nortlof
the Junior Woman's Club
cabaret last year, talked to the
H. M. Andrews, secretary; R. G. MRS. HERMAN 8CIILEOEL I Klnner
MRS. LAMAR WATSON: club members at a social meeting was presented with a
I HONORED AT SHOW Eft Moon, warden;. C. P. Crinold, Monday night when Mrs; E. A. WINS AT CARD PARTY large ribbon eau decorated) In I

Mrs. Henry Dodson and Mrs conductress; E. S. Caplinger Buchanan Mrs. R. E. SHerard Mrs. Herman Scljlexel won high rose,'green and yellow. ,

C. H. Waldron wera hostesses ate chaplain, Clyde Camber?ot Coral and Miss Pearl Whltaker were score prize' In the benefit card Miss- Hilda Dodson and Mr; I
miscellaneous shower given In lodge in Coconut Grove right hostesses. party of the Business and Professional Kinney played several piano see
supporter to the noble grand; F. Women'i Club of Homestead lections. Ice cream and cake !
honor of Mrs. Lamar Watson Friday After dining at the Cozy Diner, were
D. Wheeler, oT Coconut Grove,
In Hospitality House Wed- served.
at her home off Avocado 'the guests went to the Club House r
the nobler grand
left supporter to ; J. C. Vann
Drive. nesday evening won Those present Miss Irene j
Coconut Grove, of the Homestead Woman's Club, were: I Ibor
T. A. Russelhof second scoreprize, and Mn O. R.
darnel and contests war played A. C. Witt, of where Mrs Connelly talked and] Jackson) Mine Shirley Davis
inside guardian; I
Gifts were pinned Oldendort won the low score prize. Misses and Nellie
Mi the lawn. bingo was played. A definite decision Cash
Coconut.Grove, outside guardian; '
I The card' partial will be discontinued -
on a. clothes line. to a* to staging a productionthis Miss Betty KIlburn, Miss Elizabeth I
S. L. Kendrick right* supporter
for several weeks the clubpresident
Homemade doughnutsand Hall Miss Gladys MUM\
J. Franklin year Will be made at the next Hughes,
the vice-grand; P Mn Clna Stewart, an
punch were served. meeting on. Sept. 4. Helen Hooker, Misses Joan and:
left tbthe vlcegrsndC ,
Those present: were; Mrs. supporter nounced. Dorothy Klnner, Miss Dodson Mr. "
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T. Fuchs ST. past noble Those present were: Mrs. Ansel
teary Kufclt, Mrs. J. T Tom grand. Barrow. Mr*, James Birds Mrs I and Mrs. Orfanedes, Mr. and Mm !
erllh Mrs Johns, Mr*. a.. o. Cop Claude Campbell, Mn. W. B SIXTEENTH' BIRTHDAYANNIVERSARYOBSERVED Kinner,'Miss Orfanedes and Mlw ;
On.Mrs Selma Reitz Mrs. M. A. After the business, games and Kinner. '
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Caves Mrs. Burley Dendy, :
Mowry. Mrs A. T. Tomertlrtt! Mrs contests; were played and refresh Mn. Bruce Ennls, Mn Robert I Miss VirginiaKlnner was hon _

Sea Campbell Mrs. M.: A Swan, ments of sandwiches, cookies and Glenn, Jrt, Mn. Richard Huff ored with a surprise party on her District 20 ot the Order of East
Mra. Hal McLaughlin, Mrs Marie punott ware servedMrs. .. sixteenth birthday 'anniversaryby '
Mrs Rudolph Mattaon, Mrs Harold era Star will honor Robert Morris
Pope, Mrs. Frank Poppell, Mrs. R. W Mullins, Mrs. Anna Oxford Mn J. D. Perkins, her mother Mrs. Maurice Kln founder of the order at a meetingon
Eugene Mills, Mrt. 9. A. King Meswrsmitfa and Mra. CarrIe' Me Mrs. Fielding Ruff, Mm Ovid Sullivan ner and, Miss Katherine Or- August 31 at the Biscayne
Mrs Paul Mills Mn. Arthur Cullough had' charge of the entertainment ...
Mn Herbert Turner, Mn Chapter In Miami at 8 p. m. All
Hayes' Jr., Mrs. Willie Mae Taylor ; T:: J: Walker, Mn Stanley VI itt- I' The guests met at the' home of member of the Ad Astra Chapter

Mrs Myrtle Parker, Mrt A. W. Others present were Mn. Cora kop, Mn. A. M. Logan, Mra Gordon ,Mr. and Mra Theo. Orfanedes and are asked to attend if possible
Morris, Mrs. Wilson Cash, Miss Russell Mra. Rachel Witt Mrs Logan, of Savannah, Mn I; then' went to the Kinntr home. ,

:Ruth Elsie Tomerlin, Mist Hilda Dele Camber, Mrs. Edith Brann, Connelly, Miss Ellen Huff, MI'I.I I After games were played, Miss (COntinued' Page Nine''I

Dodson, Miss Corrine Cash Miss Mn Daisy Chronlster Mn. Alma Buchanan, Mrs; Sherard and Miss
Betty Kilburn, Miss Shirley Davis, Koppell all of the Coral Rebekah Whitaker. "'" '.** ':"rif!"' .... :
Miss Virginia Klnner, Miss Katherine lodge in Coconut Grove; Mn. O. C. .. :
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Orfanedes and Miss Nellie Radford, Dr. Irene Shanklln, Mrs, -
MR. AND MRS. GACLT.GIVE u:1
Cash, the honor guest and the Blanche Chapman, Mn I. P. Mc "SPEND THE DAY" PARTY THE DIXJACK IE
i' hostesses. Lean, Mrs Motile Wingate, Mn I
\ Mr. and Mn G. I. Gault entertained
Those sending gifts were Mrs Caplinger, Mrs. Moon and Mn -
i: B C. Murphy, Mrs Dave Kufelt, Beattie. at a "spend-the-day" partyat POLK. 100Homestead ARD JOHNSON I

Mrs. Theo. Orfanedes, Mn. Mill, their home Wednesday. The ,
i' Fla. Phon es 30 and fltl :
;a 1', Mrs. Hurtle Morris, Mrs Lamar women came In the afternoon and I j
MR& REED HOLM HOSTESS
Dickinson. Mn Florie Walker, brought their sewing Supper was
,' TO NEIGHBORHOOD CLUBMrs. served the lawn when the '
l' Mrs. Chat. Conner, Mn. French on men
Mri. Irwin F. Parker of Kendall Reed Holms was hostess to came. I
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Mn. E. R. Reedy of Miami, Mrs the Redland Neighborhood Clubat Those present were: Mr and lMr /
Robert Knowles, of Miami, Mrs her home last Thursday. Piano Mrs J. Tom Vann, Mr. and Mrs h' + t
solo were given by Mn W. E. T. D. Plch Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .
J. H. Benedict of Miami, Mrs. ,.,9 ) L $ ALE, ;
Addle M. Slaton of Kendall, Mrs. Gab,. Mrs Holms Miss Margaret Edwards, Mr end Mrs Frank ,, ,I'
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Walter Jones, Miss Sadie Mo. Gaby and Miss Miriam HolmsMn. Mcllwaln, Mr and Mn H: Collier,
Ilwaln, Miss Mildred Sullivan Geo. Wright and Miss Holms Mr. and Mn. S. L. West, Mr. and ; i

Misses Katherine and Alice Mulklns gave several readings. Mn. Clark Mrs. Ceo. West Mr Wayne I

,. and Miss Sylvia Reedy, of talked on her visit to the New Adams, Mn S. A. King, Mrs.Catherine i
flE tR
,).I lam!. York world'i fair. Mn. J. A. Plckard, Misses Alta $
Rotherham conducted the devotional and Ellen Vann, the Rev J. E.I I

ODD FELLOWS TAKE CHARGEOF *. Mrs. Sam J. Davis and Johnstone, Joe and Jud Plch, Albert : 1
REBEKAH MEETING Miss Eva Rotherham also were TImmons, Howard West, Betty
present. OeUin Martha Jane' Cault 'and SYMBOL Born.E
Odd Fellows who are also memben
Mr, and Mn. Gault.
h of the JUbekah Ledge, took +
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of the
charge opening exercise of
G., 0. Brewster M., D. j jpv
the ,
1 Liberty Rebekah Lodge meeting

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: ', : r. hall They filled offices as Treatment 'ru I SYRI NGEBINAXION
: follows: H. a Beadle, noble J
grand; B. C. Murphy, vice grand; Glares Fitted I
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'ridayi August; 25, 1S39 ...., .. ".....,. ',_'-LEADER-ENTERPRISE PAST Nine -./


ness of the Individual who aroFARM MARKET
SOCIAL Iced Tea
EVENTS pose nations. -A tvestes ef the ft Lauderdale, Aug. 14.-Pom.

movement contend that moral rearmament pane's big $150,000 farm market
(Continued From Page Eight)
As You'll Like It can be accomplished will be ready for operation In
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... .. only by beglnnlgwiUi oneaell early October, according to Brow
">hOREE NEEKEl3 CLUM NESTS 8v. Katharine Fisher and by the aid fG, | and County Agent B. K Lawton.
1 AT ORFANEDES HOME .
nVcffort -- --
Cooperating In ( the
iMlss Katharine Drfanede wa.IIoItl'JI Dhtetvr,Goo Hoininfiiit bum** Sebrlng Ministerial association In a certain missionary move
tothe members of the
[ meat every participant was to
wlirtuapend church-services: on
JKoree Neekee Club at her home contribute a dollar that she had
order that
Sunday evening In
JI'uesday| evening. It wu decidedly topppi sweltering days when family M guests are sold to the UiotiftVft their congregations attend earned herself by hard work. The
the member to meet twice a g off a mesl with a hot warm te thi may
of the collection of the dollars
bl'll-btetlJIs t.1lr the of the All discussions night
'1JIDIIth after school f tart*. Idea oil tea poured over sparkling giataM. meeting group.
to and contest were For,all punning said*. f -ftaYVred Iced t.all one of the special treat r.' I are Informally conductedand came, and various and droll
Games enjoyed
the good old summertime. After repeated test at the Institute we have are open to the public Arrangements were the stories of earning the
end punch and cake were'served found there are time method of making Iced tea. for the three day meet money. One woman, however,

which please moat tastes and her they set are being mad by Hal Perkinsof said that aba got the money from
,,The next meeting will be held her husband.
The Cold Water Method Frostproof, active group worker
>it the home of Miss Betty Kilburn. "From your husband echoedthe
This method has the of the in this section.
merit eliminating
: lady in charge "There was no
clouding which occurs when tea Is mad. hot and then
MBS. GIVEN VICTOR HOSTESS ,I hard work about that"The
chilled It la
produces a beverage that always crystal COTTON OUTLOOK BITTER
I AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON clear. When wing this method.the measured quantity woman smiled faintly.
SlMrs.: Given Victor entertained of tee is simply,placed In cold water In a covered Monticello, Fla, Aug 24.-Jefferson "You don't know my husband,"

irt aluncheon and bridge party at vHebet or other.nitable\ sontalaer. and left to stand County' cotton crop is she sald-tx.
t air home Wednefdar afternoon. m th..refrigeratcg fpt..anywhere let-twelve to showing much lea boll weevil .r.
B. M. Hlndmaff high twenty-four noun before straining, serving. damage than was expected and the That's lUcid
I Wits won W. fO l1d the using a level taP. of tea gto Bob % .. outlook for yields Is much better
I fsswe prize -and Mr*. Ralph' Done IIArxAnw. Fasts- of told water mad a brew preferred by most mem.Vsr A stuffed fish Is prominently
i t;WM the low prize winner, D/na.rM of our tasting Jnry.TW than it was six weeks ago, accord displayed in a hall In New York
, Apuests were; Mr*. A. A. Payne, Good"atmft .... ing to County Agent P. R. MI.- used for lectures and public
l. ,of aoorse be varied salt .
strength ,
en fOMfamily's Mullen.A
[Kit. T B. GrantharrJMt s. ,E. A. meetings. It bears the legend:
! tea taste, trf Bstog or kit tea, by the
. t[Hoot, ,Mr*. Adrian Jacob, .Mrs. level half teaspeon. la. words, U yon t'o'a gatea, nse *H I "Take a lesson from me-I
I Julian H. Webster, Mrs. A. M. Up.to H ..water.If a w..f brew Is wanted, rise SVs tsp. to K *. water. woman should hold on to her wouldn't be here if I had kept
'Logan, Mrs. HIndman .,and Mrs. As for the amount of tea used In this method, fur, laboratory analysis youth; but not while he Is drivinga my mouth shut. Neither would
'"Done.: 'showed It to be no more stimulatUigtban Ua mtdiby., hot-water methodsin car.-Ex. the
which a smaller quantity I* used. '
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:HISS MART THERKILDSOH Old Standby Method

, GIVES SWIMMING TI' Our second method I*more or less M old standby.Of an the ores he I
'.The young people of St. John's made, our tester preferred a brew made with 1% Up. test each % *. lecturers.Ex.'Q
.Episcopal Church were entertained boiling I water, bred for I minutes before straining. Cool the resulting .
.at a swimming party at the home Ua for 8 hours without refrigeration before king ana serving.Our '
t tasting Jury after comparing this iced tea with the iced tea
(jet Miss Mary Therklldson on &1. the Water little
prepared by Col( Method detected difference la the
jwer.Palm drive Tuesday evening quality of the tea flavor. We believe hat this old Standby Method I* a ,
I Refreshments were served on the convenient one. tf you wish to prepare hot tea at breakfast or luncheon { Y
,lawn after the swimming. and then let it coal, ready for serving at the next meal. Some clouding, '
Guests were: the Rev. and Mrs though is apt to oecur when the tea I*Iced. I

,'.. r Blackford. Mrs. Virginia The Jiffy Method I I i i 111 11111111 11 b bA
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Walton, Miss Ellen Huff, Miss Iced tea at a moment's notice tan be made by pouring a strong lot -
'Louie Long Fitzpatrick; Miss Betty tea over Ice. Because there I* a greater dilution when hot tea I* pouredover .
'Brown, Miss Effle Mae Waters, lee, we found that we had to make the hot tea stronger than in the
Miss Louise McWllllams, Misses Old Standby Method. our teats the following proportions were favored
Jean and Phyllis Parman, John Allow I ta*. tea to each % e. boiling water and brew for 5 min.) strain ; aYour
hufflne over lee. Of can be varied by adding more or less tea by
Hush Johnstone
Leon
the level half teaspoonful
:
Dane and Robert Gauzens. I

ship of F. Ralph Gervers who is I Ii
A F. ARTHUR HONORED AT
ARMY AIR BASE
1 well known in Florida newspaper
4 t PRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY i
circles a* the publisher of
Mrs. A. T Arthur an Informal +
gave e
the Tampa Magazine, later known
surprise party In honor of PLANS PUT NEW .
Florida West
as Tampa Topics-
the birthday anniversary of Mr
'Coast Magazine and now a statewide -
Arthur at their home on Ado
LIFE INTO TOWNPort ,
drive and Redland road last night publication.

Dancing was enjoyed during the
evening The guests met at the Oxford Group to Talk
Tampa City, August 24.
bums of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wil- M.RA.ObjectatSebringSebring
son and then went to the Arthur (FNS-After forty yean of Health
Children's
home "ups" and "down*" as a munici
Aug 24. (FNS).-
polity Port Tampa City Is again Three or four hundred southern

", IJr'j .Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur had filled with hustle and bustlo of members of the Oxford group will

as dinner. guest last night Mr. andMrs. a growing town, thanks to the se- meet here Sept 2, 3, 4, to discuss Requires Much Milk
T N. Toms of
Pennsuco. lection of lands adjacent to its the group's objective of Moral
I
." municipal limits for the new RearmamentThe
OO"MF.STE 4: i
CLUB air base.
army I objective of moral rearmament
By Margaret Field Its first step was to revise its to prevent wars is based on GIVE your children Milk, in the morning, at

--"....--.. city charter In preparation for a,the presumption that war Is between meals, and at night before

4 After the meeting was called to constructive program fitting Its caused by the greed and selflsh-I
I retiring. They need the health-giving qualities
order, IOns sung and minutes new needs Monday night of lost

read, it was turned over to Miss week a new chamber of commercewas found in such large quantities in this de-

Margaret Delaney, assistant home organized, and at the organization Be sure that your eyes are as
demonstration agent meeting Mayor A T. Rollins rood a*your brakes-have them I licious drink.

jRAll articles that were made during announced the publication ofa tested at least once each year'
the summer club work are to new weekly newspaper which Milk is a nourishing food and contains all

",be brought to the next meeting for will be known as the "Beacon", DR. F. P. ARCHER the elements necessary for one's good health
exhibit to be published under the editor."Dr. -
A rally day Is to be held AND SON
,Sept 9 at Lummus Park, Miami and well being. We can supply the best.

,t Beach. Leonard. Consulting Optometrists

:T Headbands and bracelets were '"' I. FYI .. 1IZ4 W. Fleeter St., Miami, Fla.

wade and pictures were mounted ... sad .,. "'JlASklnl I Kn: :.........-. .._ Ground
H? Games were played and punch j''I' Gto..s a.pnte.dDtot. Alpine Grove Dairy

"and cookies were served by the B. PINt IlL, ( 1 ., of The A.oeI.. IIt.tlluwIe
hostesses, Margaret Wlngate and ...... CwrilltaMl for ttptktnn.

,,; t.1lne alrcloth.DR.R.&AKERS. .... ps./.d v..ee a 0. B. PARKER, Prop.

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'.Office Hours 8:30-1:30 portaM IIIID

First National Bank COCKTAIL LOUNGE sad Wf meet mail order house prices"
N. KRONE.,AVE, COFFEE SHOP
Wiling
_jL P-W e.aN"An.ad 25 flagler Street Homestead

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i The Churches I GROVE THEATRE CLASSIFIED ADS


HATE: Firstbwertion 104 a lint; subsequent Insertion
COCONUT CROW '
it a lint

( BAPTIST CHURCH SILVER PALM-Tb. 1U>. t. R. WnllorPnatof Phone 4-492
unday so tad every Sunday AI Shows at T p. m.-I II. m. I
MOMBIITI1D--.D. I. E. ..-.. _. 10 a. m : prachln anrloa on lint third' Admission Ito SSo FOR RENTFOR MISCELLANEOUSPLAN =
=: Ready a..nd7t00p.in..a.T.P.U6 : and fifth Sunday at U n. m. and TIM p. a. -
at ill, Matinees Saturdays. Sundays -
as SIM 96 M. P..,. aa vita Wednesday 'RINCBTON--The .... I. B. Walter,. A HEALTH VACATIONthis
.. .... .. .. 0510,1, pnaohlna at I n. ., Ouaday.abed and Holidays S p. m. RENT- Furnished apartment

,: Ot'LDTh. Rote, Nook Pm..... putor. at 10. all electric clean cool year U you have arthritis
Sunday aehool at M a. a. ; praarhlniM Son. Mon.. Auf. .7. M Bedroom living room, dinette rheumatism, constipation, acid

I 4,10, It P... m.na, aPropr service p. a. B it. Y,.10 P. p.U m.C nl. -FLORIDA Kr*. 0.CITY O. Nelson COMMUNITY. _.....CHI'RCHTn Ckurchnrluol PENNY SINGLETON bath: daybed In living room. stomach, heart trouble, asthma. ,

\'Vpda..dap. at prepare 10 .. m.and I preaching Bible.. study nt TIM Wod p._mMldwork ARTHUR LAKE Plenty; of closet space Reasonable indigestion, ..tom.chlIce..*, catarrh w

day at "lei.HBDUND. In rent. Eva Collins. Biscayne or any other ailment,

.' CATHOUC COMMUNITY CBURCHTha "Blondie Takesa drive and Federal Highway come to gorgeous N. C. this summer

"CBIRCB OF THE ACRID HEARTLVSmond .... O. 0 Nelson, pnator Chant Vacation"TIMS Write Mar, Sun & Diet ,

... *. Homestead I the Kjama school at tog preaching nt til Epworth FOR RENT-Smal cottage; furnished Health Resort, Rt. No 1. Box 187, '
,. Cloonan, pnator gundair man* *l Longs nt 'lO. Mldwwk p..,.. and '
0 *.' a work day nnni at 7KI dnllr, Bible. study T........ nt TIM.PRESBYTERIAN ; In good repair. Mrs. C. High Point N. C.
/.achy reboot Sunday following 0 n clock. ., Wed.. Aa,. 19. S* F. Compton, 118 N. W. Fourth
Communion for wanes the tint STUART ERWIN RENT YOUR HOUSE-furnished
Nwday 01 Month I lop own and by., the CHURCH street (I4tf) unfurnished. I have year
twwad Sunday of _.th. Holy hour Than, BOIU8TIAD-X. N. In or
awnm .t 14thea..L
day. before tine Frldar of month nl TKIn. The .... 0- H. RI.h. _"'r. "It Could Happento GOOD cool, roomy apt. for rent 'round client Benjamin W.
.. Ham tint Friday ntTlWn.niBnMdlctlon .
bible ..hooI as 10 a. a.: pMrhinp .. 1ta. Morris registered real estate
at ton Bloiord nnamanant of... Private bath, reasonable rate.
a., pone p.opa'. awUns at 400 p .. You" next to
pant broker, N. Krom ave.,
m7tf
Ask at Western Union. ( )
.. Aug. 17. Morning sermon Baptist Church. (ultf)

CHRISTIAN:: SCIENCE CHURCH subject: "Mining Gods Roll Than.. Fit. Aug. It. Sept. 1 Furnlihed
FOR RENT- bungalowwith
HOME laundry Mrs. Jernlgan.
fbOKIDA GEORGE RAFT -
and Shrtk of Honor.
( .. .. m. far In fireplace, hot water new (20: S. Krom Ave.
p nj>U* undor CMalNLM. *I aornhuiM electric refrigerator and stave.
which of hank. Champ Deep Sea Diver Fruit trees In yard. Inquire BE INDEPENDENT: earn a worthwhile -

In* and experiments and remarks on Chria. Leader-Enierprlae. salary and Improve your

tin* Bclmo InvlWd*, S to a...m.100.01.t .Th publlt In M.dlnllr To Seek Wreck in Gulf .. Sept. I present business by taking the

TONY MARTIN FOR RENT-Connecting room In court In dietetics cither as a

: CHURCH OF CHRIST In business section. Bargain to resident student or correspond
Tarpon Springs Aug 24. (FNS)
tbMUTIAD-Fint among and N. W. -Max Gen Nohl world' "Winner Take All"vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv right commercial firm or tenant' ence. For details, write Mgr.
Filth Mot. HIM study nt It .. a., aon. seeking office or desk apace Martha Washington School of

_.... Uowhlp and prnchlns' M champion! deep sea diver who Address C. S., care Leader-En' Dietetics, Rt. 'No. 1, Box 187,
a.
1,11,46. holds the worlds record of 450 terprlse. High Point, N. CSITUATION

(; CHURCH OF GOD feet in Lake Michigan, has been BOY enthusiastically They have

found that as a general rule regular FOR SALE
WANTED
iOMESTEAD N. W. Pint< _u.' engaged to conduct salvage operations
-ph. R... Q. CJopIIa, -eoud..a readenof THE AMERICANBOY : ..
i.ol at 1.41.. a.. preaching me II a. o1uannv off the coast of Florida In advance and
....... Y. ..*. '_lid_'. more rapidly 10 ACRES GLADE LAND FOR MAN AND FAMILIY want workon
armMa. nt 11a pnraonai., -Paso an effort to reach the submerged develop more worthwhile characteristics SALE-Tracts IT and 18, Block orange grove Address Ceo.
MA. P, m. WwlnoadnrCHURCH steamer which than do boys who do
Tarpon went downIn
2, 15-57-J9. This land la on the E.: Cox gen. delivery Homestead -
-. OF THE: MAZAKE the Gulf near Panama City not read it.Trained north aide of Mowry street just (paZS

with I substantial payroll a I readers and RrU.II.1
t. SIOMBBTIAD Tk* ROT. w. I Fnrfcrr.paatnr. cargoof beyond the 3-mil road. Price
Sandar about nt In a. nm.: beer and galvanized pipe. famous coaches and athletes, explorers U f 79 per acre Land dot by
mnnalnc 1 nl 11 a. a. and TiM n.aa.IM Nohl dives in suit of his WANTED
a own scientist and men
V. P S. nnd Jnaaar oMan* al <** suessful U priced at $100 per acre. Taxes
p. an. PraMp.m. ., Mating Wadnandnr. .*,':Us invention which permit diving to In business and Industry' are paid and have good title

a greater depth than is possible join with art experienced staff to Terms $300 cash, balance 1, 2and TUTORING WANTED high

., 'PaDlCBTON-The. .... !C. P. Co_.. with regulation diving equipment.The' produce In THE AMERICANBOY I 3 years. Interest 6%. P. school and grad school subject
subsist 940
prwn atrndp at a.bh.sasrit,40
a. a. and ,too p. m 90.' dear expedition I II scheduled to the sort of reading matter O. Box 732, Homestead, Fla. Mr*. H. J. Armstrong A. aV,
.mniy.T at I M| pones _..'. _lot leave Tarpon Springs for the boys Ilk best Plummcr drive and Country
.t 0,'0. Proper nmttnp Wild-. UJl
251096, scene of the wreck sometime during THE AMERICAN BOY sells on LEAVE YOUR ORDERS for home Club road.CLEAN .

I the week and Nohl expressed most newsstands at 15c a cop%. cooked foods-cakes: pies, salads,

EPISCOPAL confidence that h* would have Subscription prices are f 1.SO for slaw etc.,-at Hospitality; House, RAGS WANTED Will

: ton....... 1--: ...__.... [little difficulty ID locating the one year or $3.00 for three years 17 W. Mowry street. exchange subscription or *dvr>
Foanh street. Readmitted| th. RMBlaekford .. ... submerged vessel and salvaging Using for clean Leader
Foreign rags.
'. ,."'r. Ri>ly eommnnkn ntTtM rates SOc a year extra.
a. a.; Sunday about at *"I tl| ...... the money and cargo. To subscribe simply; send your II' YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine Enterprise.
I
tar printer at II. I name address and remittUnee direct wastes oil and gas. try

METHODISTaOIiUTUDTho' American Boy Magazine to THE AMERICAN BOY OVRHAUL. Take only; 30 minutes IN TBS COUNTY Jl!De.E-S COURT I"J

7430 Second Detroit Michi to Install, saves oil and gas AND FOR DADE ('OUNT"W'IDA..
.... J. 3 Mchnrda.paator Companion t8 Thousands .Blvd up to 50%, increases compression IN PROBATE. N*, IHII.
Sunday ackool at tt4l .. m I gan. Ill Hoi ESTATE: OP
roachlnt, at 11 n. m nnd ,. p. m and speed. Cost only $2.(S. JOSEPH B. SCALES -- .
Junior Lanau* nt S ID p. a. HI League P. O. Box 219 Princeton. (pa29)
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
at t:50 P. m; Sealer League at *:Kl p. m I Hundreds of thousands of boyi NOTICE
The sit, xxnell will lit. each Monitor Tn All Crodltora. and All Persons Having.
wattles nl TIM WodnaadayI
rrww
p. m and read THE AMERI- .
young men Bald KlalYou.
evening In the month of Angst from IentlI FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus Claim or Drmnnd Against
.. and ash of ar Iwrony notl
CAN BOY Magazine every month 19 oVIofk. boirnnfnt Honour A. you
14. 1111. aa .board of qiialialk) la honromplnlnu trees and tropics fruit InH.ton. fled' and nqulml to present any claim
land I consider it more as a living m the lot Ul roll. Any ... Jungle Grove Redland ... demands which you or IUtr nf .....
companion than a magazine having a oomolel.t to tubmlt to asked to a., hav ...1... the estate of Joseph H.
Save And Get I bo praant .l eve of Una Meetings or road and Plummet- drive Soles. dmanil. lau of Dada County.
Money 'Its as much a buddy to me ai band Mass to fltr elrrk Flor..... to the H... W. P. III..",.. county .
neighborhood chum" writes R. E. EDWARDS. City Clerk. Juan of Pad County, and fib Un
I Comfortable I my (Auf II. 18. IB. 10801 SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Variety urn In hi* office In the County Court
Shaves
With i 1 1 one high school senior "Thi Grove, Welt Florida City; eight Mono nalndnr In Und mnntha rounty inn Florida o the,date with:of&

AMERICAN BOY seems to understand NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB (a7tf) the tint publication. b..*.,. BaM claims
This a boy's problems and considers TAX DEKD. III7T Low.der or _...... to eintal the legal addm
I Notice' U hereby given that Jested
them In such a sympatheticand holder .. ...1.... of City of Miami FOR SALE-Houi* on two lot in of proBnld the .1.1.a*...t and M or n* .mine_a will to nod n*
helpful It gives advice Tan CarUfleata Numbered I04UI. dated the bnrrad. Bo B =Iti. nf Inn III ,.-
way tth day of Jun. A. D. HIT has filed aaldOrtlflcat Florida City; Corner on Eighth ActDate
I and entertaining reading on every In my since. add has made .t. and Dixie Highway; Bargain nala August Und A. D. !",.
subject in which young fellow 1.d application for ta> aced In Imiia thmon I M. 82 Deer- EDWARD STILfNOAa .
I In _.n.* with law Bald CanlflcaU.mbraran Apply Kllng. Bolt Admlaltlrator, of the Kut nf_.
I Interested. It Is particularly help- the following described .propargfillunMd ... .. Held, FIA. (J9-30) a the LMtWIII I nnd TV.lam.nl ofJOBFPH
I* Dada County. Florida .IU .. .
ful in iports. I made our school Prararkl Subdlvblon. B. BLALES. t) I
Jackson
Lot 14
basketball team because of playIng Pint Book 4, r-aa Tl, In the city of rim piiblkntnin. nn Aivwt lath, 1939.NOTICE .
(A... II g ... .. a. .1. IM)
of Florida
Gilleff I tips I read in THE AMERICAN Count Tha*aarmmant of Dndo, Blat of said property under

BOY. the Mid Certificate; issued was In tic nnm NEWT G. BALLNOTARY
of Unknown Unless Mid Certificate .hall OF APPLICATION FOR
Many famous athletes in all ba redeemed ncaordlni to law. ta> deed will TAX DEED
sports credit much of their success issue thmon on the 17th dnr of >i>M.. Chapter IT4IT-Aria of INi-Flla A-IT1I
fade i if bar A. D. II" PUBLIC Notlo h hereby given that La v....'
I' to helpful suggestions received new this load day of Autvat A. D. Bnlmnn holder nf Sate and County TaOrtirirato >
from sports articles carried In 1"' .... SIT Issued the Rod day ofr.
B. B. LEATHERMAM ......m... A. D. IMS. has filed' in- Inmy
THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine Clerk of Llranlt (ourt, Fire Insurance and office. and h. made .011..10. for aax
At IJ.z Price I Ii I Virtually every Issue offers advice Zit o Countr. Florid dad In bo issued .ho_., ..Id (:..nilI.100 -
Circuit. Court ,
( .. eabnew the following described prpw
from a famous coach or player. Br N. C. TERRETT. D. C. Kindred Lines cry Is the County of De..., aaa of Fh.-
Football, basketball, track ten (Aim M : Dash I. I. II. SI, le.t l Ida. 4104.'

nis, in fact every major sport is NOTICE OP APPLICAT'ON ..01 TAX Plat Lot Bunk in: Black 10:, page 11, Coram 17. In Amd the County a Rorak kfDnd
j t a.rr4 YsngJ Bbl. covered in fiction and fact articles I.BED-FILI IIIIINotle SS N. Krome Are.Turner's *. SUU of Uo.tda.
,,, Frsw AH The Sra.TT Teachers librarians I to h.rebr linn Ural E. O Little The test of mid proptrty Under
AaA arm Caed dsr ., parents sod Gladys a. Little his wife. holdora M this Mid ....."..al* bud was In tic (am*
test s15d.e.I and leaders of boys' clubs also ualcnm' of City el Miami T.. Certlf". of I Harry O. Clayton.
recommend THE AMERICAN Mine Numbered 4171. 4thnoon 0 and 4081 d.I.h. Unless said MrtlflraM shall na roodooa 4th time 01101,. A. D. 1111. h... II.... t* Inw the property daorrlbrdthoroln
,,. Coni'..... I. my office. mind be" will b* noM to the hlinort bidder
eve.n.e..wmssa.eaSecaGLASSES I made application for ax dad to b.ue nt the Court hoo** door on the flrat Man.
I In notordnnca with law Bald CrrttflraM Funeral Home day .. MM taunts of a>pU.MT. lost, which
.. ... dceerib.dproperty
.h. the following n> the Soptrmhr, IMI

is ".11 1 altiwtnd ta Cnda Coney, Florida, tl-lll: AMBULANCE SERVICE Dew't.'l.t*dny LEATHKHMAM of Autuat. 1IML X .

1 Let t. Mock t. Paaadou Park Plat Bonk Attendant Clerk .. Clroult book
Lady
1I I -To Enjoy 4, pan II. In the city of Miami.' Ooirhqrnf lad Count*. Florida
,, Dada. Suta of Florida. nn embraced InItrtUkat Court Seri
i for you men who want JA eeureteto r No. .(71. Th a-M-ern.nt of Phone 884-R Homeiterd, FT*. Clranlt Rp N. C. ITF.RRLrr D. 0.Ace. .
: Now rator blade at Won, ..Id prnporqr Under Ik* raid. Certificate I ( 4. IL I" I" legal
_...
issued waa In tic nnm nf U.k
; tow price.......'.a value 47ONJ1thIae Lot I. Block S. Pounds Park Plat Book
t rMIf) Thin Gillette* cost t. pare ... In the city 01 Miami County nf
Dad*. Sate of Florida. na amhmoad In Ortlltcato -
I lOa for 4 and give you t..1 ho, 44M Th _..... of aaldpropartr .
, easy, shav** sea.. the raid. OrtlfwaH land '
,tta*.Dade of any-taring wea In the nnm of Unknown- i EDWARD 'TILING
Lot II, Block S. Pasadena Park Plat
,with edges of aa entirely ** Book 40 y.ae II' In the city .t MaaLCounty i
kind, they out-perfcrm and outlast P1NM .eJ huh.2n.1M ./ Dade, Itnt of Florida, n* eve
.4 gfe. footer Mend In Cartlflcnt No. 44M. Tb na.aaaamont I
snlsfit blade two to one. .ni.Ta.M
I I Buyapeckagefcooyonrde.ler. I 0 2 is Fear w.e% M1 sent Ortlflcnt knownUalw. *nf head*>M. wna proprrty In .=the W Mid U. I Real Estate General Insurance

i new CortI,...... Shan be re.dma.d .
I .; .. ., Dr. B. F. Stebbins -... a low. so d..d will
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w0 .hereon w the loth Wimp 01 Anent.A. :NOTARY PUBLIC
1 h \lnt. (III', It Dr. L. W. Stebbins .0.111I. ,
Dated Into IStk dny of July A. D. Its*.

" C ",.' K 'llueiode 1225 W.Phone Flagler I-IJ1J St. Miami E. S.Clark Dodo. LBATrlFRMAM County of Circuit, FlorUa.Cory Oor. Balm Are. and Are. B Florida City FIlepagay

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Twrfrr THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE.) '). Ii'rid211'- ---n _An"911__ __ .'.0')0......
Wins Model Air Meet

But Plane Floats Away sotrl7lEl .
I t DY'Relish
Tampa Auf. 21 (FNS>-J'am.Plainer Root
of Safety Harbor took
harM the grand prize cup of the Spud DiN Beer
AH Florid Plan meet but lost Lial.
his plane. QUART BOTTLE
contest Competing Plainer'lit the plane gal climbed n/>del 19C 25c

1,500 feet and toned about la air .. DeswN
current to finally dlaappear It WITH $3.00 CASH ORDER Fancy Cobblers
was to well balanced that It remained Rich *
aloft In spite of the engine I Creamy

weight James T Shlvler, Jr. II, of MiLK Irish Potatoes
Gainesville won the grand prize SPRYy
for model airplane built to scale y
and propelled by rubber band lathe
plane two-day contest held all here Florida'last model week. 3 tall cans ........J.5c 10 lbs. ............I.c 3 lbs. for .........4'c 1
Shlvler'l antrv. nutt!rnri aft.I'I
light English ipodel!,-remained I Sylvan Farms -
la the air for I minute and 47 and Ib. Swiffa Premium Fancy Long Grain
.
time twoflttMct.of flight for.three, the tripe.average Officials Roll Butter I Roast Beef RICESIbs.
laid it wa one of the most 29c '
remarkable Boy and girls model from they all had sections teen. : No.1 can ...$''c ...... :$4)CFraakIIn' i:
of Florida and from Cuba were
Cudahy, \f or whole
entered In the contest, which
; attracted .
Armour'sMILK S.peme IIInoI
numbering I well crowd over of a spectators thousand., Ham lb. Z4c I I COFFEEJelkes .

Trade of
Independent
Center Slices each 3 tall caRS'ac; : can ...ZZcJelkel
Stores Shows Increase ........-.-:15C --

Washington Au,. 24. (P'NS-
Pie Filler
A report on retail sales of independent Small Spring: I Ib.Lego'Lamb Tomatoes
i M stores throughout' the PuddingsPerpkg.
t country, released this week by
I the Department of Commerce 2Sc
i t, reveals in July an over Increase the lam of 6.7 month.percent I 3 No. 2 cans If ... SC
year a80.Florida. ASSORTED FLAVORS
topped the entire country Boned and Rolled Ib.
,; showing an inmate In tale of Happy Kids Silver PalmGrapefruit
20 percent for the period while Peanut Butter
southern states showed the great- Veal Roast 29c Juice
I eit gain of any other iectlon.Bargains. 1* OZ. MR I

I 2 for --.....25C 4 No.2 cans 25C
I I Heavy Western Chuck Ib. ; I

National Biscuit Pillsbury's Best i

f Beef Roast 25c Fig Bars FLOUR51b.bag..22c I

I IN USEDWashing 2 lb. pkg. .ZSC

FANCY Assorted
t HABITANT BRAND
I Machines CALF LIVER Cold GENUINE. FRENCH STYLE l
Cuts
ANDElectric Peal' Soup 10 lb. bag .... 42c ;


t lb. ..----4'c Per lb. ..Z5c No.2% can :$0C 20 lb. bag ... 72c

I .
Refrigerators --------
Thompson Gold Coin WE RECOMMEND ANT EXTERMINATOR.

I TRIO SPINDLY WASHEK.ILEC. $90 GRAPES SLICED BACON KILLS ALL VARIETIES :
II
y i \ vm EASY LAUNDRY.__ $20 MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

I APEX GAS WASHER 2lbs.13c: lb.-------.Z5c. Per bottle m.m.._"___...._ 25c
PRESIDES
'. f WRINGER ._.. $so Swift's Jewel
BLKCTKOLUX KEROSENE!: Large Cooking
/,;\ OPERATED URIGlU. LARD41b.pkg..3fc
feel T0t. ebto_ $125 Apples51bs..I7c

APEX ELECTRIC BEFRIOERATOR. -
'
coble feet $150
P= j sawn
APEX ELECTRIC RBFRIO.ERATOR. _=
I Tender Garden _
$125
.- cable feet_.

:F Prices quoted are for PEAS21bs..l9c Strawberries w sN Ns"ES130X

cash only. Terms can I ....... .. 28c tOIL 1wee
r: be arranged.
r. wx

S. L. KendrickODD I Raspberries i CAKEPALMOLIVE MEDIUM OaR eat 15C

FELLOWS BLDO. 25c SOAP 1 GIANT

Homestead, Florida Fancy YellowONIONS ?you bay arts

I Youngberries CONCENTRATED .
mass on"

Homestead's BarberShop Oldest 3 I&sr10C 3 Box ......... 23c SUP SVD, IOC F E5 19c


D. L BOWEN Golden Rhubarb Octagon Powder

DAisctrr___ 4eHASBPOO BananasPkg.. ........ 2t21c 3 for ._...uIlc
_. 4eMASSAOI
: __ 4to S n OCTAGON
COOL AND SANITARY 31bs..g2C Blueberries l Toilet Soap
.. .. ..... 1
Report Md --
A trial wm be MpraeUle*. .......... 26c 3 for--__....:. 13c



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